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Wayne Randazzo to join Howie Rose in Mets' radio booth

The Mets have moved their radio home from WOR to WCBS (880-AM).

Mets announcer Howie Rose speaks to Benjamin Cardozo

Mets announcer Howie Rose speaks to Benjamin Cardozo players at their new home field's dedication ceremony given to them by Take the Field on May 6, 2003 at Benjamin Cardozo High School in Queens. Photo Credit: FREELANCE/Howard Schnapp

Wayne Randazzo will join Howie Rose in the Mets' radio booth for the coming season as the team moves from WOR (710-AM) to WCBS (880-AM), WCBS' parent company, Entercom, announced on Thursday.

Randazzo, who had been the pregame and postgame host for Mets games on WOR, succeeds Josh Lewin alongside Rose.

Entercom also announced that longtime WFAN Mets reporter Ed Coleman will host pregame coverage, while Randazzo will host the postgame.

WFAN, which carries Yankees games and previously was the longtime home of the Mets, also is owned by Entercom. WCBS carried the Yankees before they moved to WFAN for the 2014 season.

WCBS will air 10 Mets spring training games, starting Feb. 23 against the Braves.

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