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CLEVELAND (WJW)– Bruce Drennan announced his retirement during his show on Monday.

His final “Drennan Live” will air on Dec. 30 on Bally Sports Great Lakes.

Drennan hosted the call-in sports talk show, previously called “All Bets Are Off,” for 14 years.

“Beloved for his animated personality and candid, no-nonsense style, Bruce has spent over 50 years talking sports with athletes, coaches, sports broadcasters and reporters, community leaders and fans,” Bally Sports Great Lakes said in a release on Monday. “Bruce leaves a lasting legacy as one of Cleveland’s iconic sports personalities with a genuine love of Cleveland.”

Drennan spent time as a commentator for Cleveland Indians and Cavaliers broadcasts, and did multiple stints as a radio show host during his lengthy career. He was inducted into the Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 1999.