Mets' Radio Voice Howie Rose Recovering After Illness Forces Team's Plane To Make Emergency Landing
July 6, 2015 at 4:02 AM (PT)
Continued get-well wishes go out to NEW YORK METS radio play-by-play announcer HOWIE ROSE, who fell ill while flying on the METS' charter from NEW YORK to LOS ANGELES THURSDAY night, necessitating the flight's diversion for an emergency landing in DETROIT.
ROSE missed the weekend series against the DODGERS and will sit out the rest of the road trip, but is recovering and expected to rejoin the team when it returns to NEW YORK. Pre- and post-game host WAYNE RANDAZZO has been filling in for ROSE on the broadcasts.
The METS air on iHEARTMEDIA News-Talk WOR-A/NEW YORK.