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Who is Thom Brennaman’s wife Polly?

POLLY Brennaman is the wife of disgraced sports broadcaster Thom Brennaman.

Thom resigned from his role with the Cincinnati Reds in September after being caught using an anti-gay slur live on air.

Who is Polly Brennaman?

Polly Brennaman is the wife of sports broadcaster Thom Brennaman.

She and husband Thom have two children together, Ella Mae and Luke, and they in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Not much is known about her career, but she is thought to be a housewife and often does charity work, according to Aussie Celebs.

Who is Polly's husband Thom Brennaman?

Thom Brennaman is a sports commentator.

He is the son of Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman and has called major league games for 33 years.

He has been with Fox Sports for the past 27 years, covering mainly baseball and football. 

The broadcaster was suspended from working on Cincinnati Reds games earlier this year after he was caught making a homophobic slur while on air.

What did he say that got him suspended?

The 56-year-old did not seem to realize he was on air when he was caught on hot mic saying, "one of the f*g capitals of the world" during the seventh inning in the first game of a doubleheader at Kansas City.

Brennaman used the homophobic slur after the Fox Sports Ohio feed returned from a commercial break.

The Reds took Brennaman off the broadcast in the fifth inning of the second game as news of the incident filtered through social media.

It is not clear what the context of the comment was.

Polly and Thom's children have stayed silent on his incident.

Thom apologized for the homophobic comment he made during the game, addressing the camera while doing so.

"I made a comment earlier in the night that I guess went out over the air that I am deeply ashamed of. If I have hurt anyone out there, I can't tell you how much I say from the bottom of my heart I'm so very very sorry.

"I pride myself and think of myself as a man of faith..." he was then interrupted to return back to baseball action reporting.

He finished the apology by saying: "I don't know if I'm gonna be putting on this headset again. I don't know how it's gonna be for the Reds, I don't know how it's gonna be for my bosses at Fox...I apologize to the people who sign my paycheck.

"For the Reds, for Fox Sports Ohio, and for the people I work with, for anybody that I've offended here tonight. I can't begin to tell you how deeply sorry I am. That is not who I am..."

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