The Mets are moving to WOR AM radio, according to multiple reports from earlier this month.
“All indications are Howie Rose will be back. Maybe Josh Lewin, too,” Bob Raissman wrote in Sunday’s Daily News.
However, Raissman says it is unclear whether Ed Coleman will make the move from WFAN to the team’s new radio home.
Matthew Cerrone, Lead WriterIt wouldn’t sound right, having someone else do Mets beat reporting before and after the game on radio. But, technically, Eddie works for WFAN. It stands to reason that Sweeney Murti will continue to cover the Yankees for WFAN, but maybe up his workload, while they could keep Coleman filing reports about the Mets and doing fill-in hosting during the day (kind of like Murti had been doing).
But, I hope they look for some else to cover the Mets and let Coleman join WOR where he belongs… assuming he wants to make the move. The Mets love Eddie, who has a good relationship with Collins. The team and radio station share decision-making power, so hopefully they can all figure out a solution that works for everyone.