Meet The Mets Broadcast Team

Howie Rose took over for legendary announcer Bob Murphy, calling play-by-play full time in 2004. He then became the lead radio play-by-play voice in 2006. Howie once again anchors the Mets broadcast team, now in its fourth year on 710 WOR, the radio home of the Mets. Howie was nominated for an Emmy Award in 1997 and 2008 for his work as a play-by-play broadcaster, won a New York Emmy Award for coverage of the Islanders 1998-1999 season and won his second Emmy Award with the FSNY Islanders crew in March, 2004. He lives with his wife, Barbara, on Long Island and has two daughters, Alyssa and Chelsea.

Josh Lewin, a versatile announcer who has broadcast baseball, football and hockey on the club and national level since 1995, enters his sixth season as an announcer with the Mets and his fourth on 710 WOR. He began his career at the age of 16 with the Rochester Red Wings, the Baltimore Orioles Triple-A affiliate in the International League. In 1994, Lewin was the sports director at the Orioles flagship station, WBAL. A 1990 graduate of Northwestern, Josh has written three baseball books, “Getting in The Game,” “You Never Forget Your First,” and “Ballgame.” Since July 2005, has been the radio play-by-play voice for the San Diego Chargers. He was an announcer on MLB on Fox-TV between 1996 and 2000. From 2002-2010, he was the television play-by-play broadcaster for the Texas Rangers. Lewin has two children, Kelsey and Coby. Josh is also the play-by-play voice of UCLA football and basketball

Wayne Randazzo is in his third season as the pregame and postgame show host on 710 WOR, the radio home of the Mets, while also assisting with play-by-play when Howie or Josh are on assignment or vacation. Wayne comes to New York from Chicago where he worked at CBS Radio with WSCR-AM and WBBM-AM as an anchor and talk show host while also hosting pre and postgame shows for the Chicago White Sox. Wayne’s accomplishments as a play-by-play announcer include national television work with ESPN, Big Ten Network and MLB Network. He spent seven seasons calling minor league games for the Mobile BayBears and Kane County Cougars. Wayne is married to his wife, Meghan, and has one daughter, Jasmine.


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