Here's The WCBS 880 Mets Radio Broadcast Team


NEW YORK (WCBS 880) -- Entercom has announced the radio broadcast team for New York Mets broadcasts on WCBS 880, the new flagship station of the team.

Veteran broadcaster Howie Rose will continue as the lead voice in the Mets radio booth where he will be joined by former pregame and postgame host Wayne Randazzo.

Longtime WFAN Mets beat reporter Ed Coleman will conduct pregame coverage, including the daily “Managers Show with Mickey Callaway.” Randazzo will host the station’s postgame coverage immediately following each game broadcast. WCBS 880 morning sports anchor Brad Heller will serve as the utility player on the team presenting sports coverage for the station, as well as fill-in on pregame coverage.

“This is an exciting time for WCBS 880 as we launch our inaugural season of New York Mets broadcast coverage,” said Susan Larkin, Regional President and Market Manager, Entercom New York. “Mets fans are some of the most passionate fans in baseball, and we trust, behind Howie, Wayne and the rest of the broadcast team, they will consistently turn to this historic station for coverage of their favorite team.”

“We’re thrilled once again to be part of the Entercom family that enables our fans to enjoy Mets baseball on such a historic station like WCBS 880 with a tremendous reach,” said Lou DePaoli, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer, New York Mets.

WCBS 880 will air 10 spring training games, beginning with the Mets’ spring training opener on Saturday, Feb. 23 against the Atlanta Braves in Port St. Lucie before broadcasting the team’s regular season.  

Listeners can tune in to WCBS 880 in New York on air, as well as nationwide on the RADIO.COM app and website. Games will not be carried on the app. Fans can also connect with the station on social media via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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