WGN-TV Cubs Announcers Rock Out: Len Kasper & Bob Brenly
The 2014 Chicago Cubs on WGN-TV: Len Kasper on Wrigley
On the Beat with Len Kasper of the Chicago Cubs
Cubs Game Rain Delay Fail
Len Kasper cussing on live tv
Ivy Envy Podcast - Interview with Len Kasper
Chicago Cubs TV Man Len Kasper Talks Baseball
Smith & Wollensky Luncheon Series - Len Kasper & Bob Brenly
Len Kasper and Bob Brenley Eating all season long
Len Kasper jokes about Mike Leake's hair
Len Kasper and Bob Brenly Talking durring Rain Delay Cubs vs Pirates
Matt Murton, Rich Hill, and Len Kasper on "Chasing October"
Len Kasper and Daron Sutton PSA
Len Kasper and Bob Brenly Sing the Stretch From The Bleachers
"A Voice for 3000" Len Kasper: Voice of the Chicago Cubs
Len Kasper Visits Still Middle School
Chicago Cubs TV Man Len Kasper Talks about the 2011 Cubs
Cubs Announcer Len Kasper Offers New Lyrics to The Baseball Project Song "Past Time" Chicago 9/11/09
My Question On Air with Len Kasper
Len & Bob play Folsom Prison Blues
Williams interviewed in booth
Kasper from news
Len and Bob eat bratwurst in Milwaukee to Benny Hill Part 2
Happy Holidays from WGNSports and Len and JD
Len & Bob: WGN Cubs Announcers EXTENDED version
Hot Stove Cool Music - Lawyers, Guns and Money - Peter Gammons All Stars featuring Len Kasper
Crazy Sagely and Brenly Show
Len and Bob are creeped out by the AT&T Park Cars
Len & Bob Bash 2008
Brenly Sings Justin
Bob Brenly Quotes
Sagely & Brenly dance on a boat
Oscar & Brenly playin like Craaazy!
Ricardo vs Brenly
Baby catching each other
Brenly with Umbrella 2003
Brenly and the Wolves!
Mick Gillispie 2012 Smokies Baseball
Len and Bob Eat It Video
Bob Brenly Sings "take me out to the Ballgame" @ Wrigley Field 6/1/2013
Len & Bob Bash 2008 Love Stinks
Jim Deshaies Finds Wilford Brimley Lookalike
brenly vs frodo.
ricardo vs brenly 1era pelea
My baby Brenly...O SeaHh!!
Brenly messing with the volume
Alex vs Brenly
kasper on sportsnet
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Len Kasper (born January 21, 1971 in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan) is a play-by-play announcer for the Chicago Cubs (2005–present) [1 ] on [2 ] WGN-TV, WCIU-TV, and Comcast SportsNet. He works alongside color commentator Jim Deshaies.
Personal life [ edit ]
Kasper grew up in
Michigan. His broadcasting influence was the Detroit Tigers' legendary broadcaster, Ernie Harwell.
He graduated from
Shepherd High School. He graduated summa cum laude from Marquette University with a degree in public relations in 1993.
He and his wife Pam have one son, named Leo.
His previous stints were with the
Milwaukee Brewers (1999–2001) and Florida Marlins (2002–2004). Before then, he worked for WTMJ-AM (620) in Milwaukee as the host of the station's daily sports show, hosted pregame and halftime shows for the Green Bay Packers, and was a co-host on a hot stove league show on the Brewers' radio network. He was actually the Cubs' third choice for an announcer behind Dave O'Brien and Matt Vasgersian. Beginning January 2009, Kasper has also become a disc jockey. He hosts a weekly show for one hour, Wednesday evenings at 8:00 on WXRT, an adult album alternative station, where he has often made appearances to discuss Chicago Cubs baseball. [3 ]
"We're very high right now, and I'm not referring to our Woodstock conversation." (talking about the broadcasting booth at the Washington Nationals' stadium)- Cubs @ Nationals, Nationals Park, April 27, 2008
"Swing and a miss! A no hitter! Carlos Zambrano has no hit the Houston Astros! Ohhh Baby!" (Carlos Zambrano's no hitter)-Cubs @ Astros, Miller Park, September 14, 2008
"It wiiiiilll go!" - Often said while announcing a Cubs home run.
"The pitch to Aramis, he hits a drive, deep left center! Cubs win! They win it! Ramirez! 2-run shot! Ohhh baby! Can you believe it? Unbelievable!"-Brewers @ Cubs, Wrigley Field, June 29, 2007
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