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Mets radio broadcasts moving to WCBS-AM

September 17, 2018

NEW YORK -- The Mets on Monday announced a seven-year deal to move their radio broadcasts to WCBS-AM 880 from WOR-AM 710, which had aired their games since 2014."This new partnership allows us to continue delivering outstanding radio broadcasts to our passionate fan base, while also reaching a wide audience

NEW YORK -- The Mets on Monday announced a seven-year deal to move their radio broadcasts to WCBS-AM 880 from WOR-AM 710, which had aired their games since 2014.
"This new partnership allows us to continue delivering outstanding radio broadcasts to our passionate fan base, while also reaching a wide audience via cross promotions on all of Entercom's New York stations," Mets executive vice president Lou DePaoli said in a statement.
The Mets spent decades on WFAN-AM 660 before moving to WOR four years ago. They have now effectively swapped radio stations with the Yankees, who precipitated the Mets' last move by shifting from WCBS to WFAN.
The club did not make any announcements regarding its broadcast team of Howie Rose, Josh Lewin and Wayne Randazzo, nor regarding WOR's "Sports Zone" pregame show with Pete McCarthy. Rose, who has called Mets games on TV or radio since 1995, moved with the team from WFAN to WOR in 2014.

Anthony DiComo has covered the Mets for MLB.com since 2007. Follow him on Twitter @AnthonyDiComo, Instagram and Facebook.