Mets radio play-by-player Wayne Randazzo and WCBS radio are in negotiations on a new deal, Randazzo confirmed. Last season, Randazzo replaced Josh Lewin in the booth, joining Howie Rose.
CBS and the Mets gave Randazzo just a one-year deal, but all are happy and, if all goes well, he should be back. Rose has served as a mentor to Randazzo.
The Mets were on WFAN from the station’s inception in 1987 through the 2013 season, when they moved to WOR as WFAN acquired the Yankees rights. The Mets switched from WOR to CBS for the 2019 season.