Report: Mets Mull Josh Lewin As New Radio Voice
January 18, 2012 at 3:57 AM (PT)
With WAYNE HAGIN exiting the team's radio broadcasts on CBS RADIO Sports WFAN-A/NEW YORK, the NEW YORK METS are looking for a new partner for HOWIE ROSE, and NEWSDAY's NEIL BEST reports that veteran sportscaster JOSH LEWIN is the leading candidate for the job.
LEWIN, currently the play-by-play voice of the SAN DIEGO CHARGERS on CLEAR CHANNEL Active Rock KIOZ (ROCK 105.3) and Sports KLSD-A (XTRA SPORTS 1360)/SAN DIEGO and a talk host on CBS RADIO Sports KRLD-F (105.3 THE FAN)/DALLAS as well as one of FOX television's baseball voices, called TEXAS RANGERS baseball for FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST in 2002-2010 and previously called BALTIMORE ORIOLES and CHICAGO CUBS games and ROCHESTER RED WINGS minor league baseball.
HAGIN's contract was not renewed by the METS after last season. He was with the team for four years after a four seasons with the ST. LOUIS CARDINALS and several seasons with the COLORADO ROCKIES.