New York has had its share of great calls. But some are immortal. Let’s fire up the flux capacitor and dial back the calendar to May 27, 1994.
MSG Network play-by-play man Howie Rose will always be the ultimate professional, and won’t shy away from telling the viewers what he really thinks. Call him a homer at your own peril.
If you were a Mets fan growing up in the 1960s and 70s, let alone the 80s, 90s and into this century, you listened to the always informative, always amusing words of one Ralph Kiner.
The Mets honored former slugger Mike Piazza on Sunday during a 30-minute ceremony at Citi Field before their season finale against Milwaukee.
The committee has spoken: Craig Carton is the man right now!
This year’s Pulse of the People Award nominees include three past winners, a Mets radio play-by-play personality and a Knicks beat reporter. Who will take home the highly coveted prize?
In the final portion of the 25th anniversary show, Mike Francesa featured the regulars of today’s current WFAN, along with some other very special guests.
The Subway Series is to be savored, like fine wine or food or film. Six games per season is overkill, particularly when the Mets are reduced to roadkill every time.
Pam Duquette, the wife of Jim and mother of Lindsey, said Monday night that the transplanted kidney is “working great.”
Long before they ever met, Howie Rose and Gary Cohen could well have heard each other cheering, as they roared along with the crowd.
Craig thought it was only right to play the extended version of the great Howie Rose’s play-by-play call of Johan Santana’s historic final out Friday night.
After a string of close calls in their 51-season history, Santana finally finished the job in the Mets’ 8,020nd game since the team was born in 1962.
Johan Santana will be back on the mound for the Mets today, so it was there that Jerry Recco began his very first update of the Show.
It’s hard to process that a man so full of life and energy would meet such a drawn-out, painful ending. But its’ feasible to think that Gary passed with a smile because that’s the expression he seemed to wear during his every waking moment.
Carter could always be counted on for a smile, a timely hit — and in 1986, a championship. Those close to the catcher joined WFAN to remember “The Kid” shortly after his passing.