Brenly Signs Extension

On the same day a part of the Cubs past inked a 6-year deal to remain on the South Side, a part of the organization’s present signed a 4-year extension to stay in the Cubs’ broadcasting booth along side of Len Kasper. According to a report in the Daily Herald by Barry Rozner, Bob Brenly signed a 4-year contract extension with the Cubs on Saturday reported to be worth in the “neighborhood of $3.5 million.

Rumors suggested Steve Stone might return to the Cubs booth if Brenly did not re-up with Cubs.

Bob Brenly will call games for the Cubs through the 2012 season.

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