Former New York Mets radio play-by-play broadcaster Josh Lewin is leaving NY after six seasons of calling Mets games alongside Howie Rose. In those six seasons, Lewin was there for some extreme highs and some extreme lows.
It was an unforgettable six years with the Mets, and Lewin will certainly never forget it. He will be moving to San Diego for an opportunity with Entercom Radio. He will call UCLA football and basketball games, while staying with MLB and filling in for some Boston Red Sox games this summer.
Pardon the long Twitter absence... NYC, thanks for everything. San Diego, so nice to see you again. Boston, can’t wait to meet you...! pic.twitter.com/dw6nrPvdPu— josh lewin (@joshlewinstuff) February 14, 2019
Info about Lewin leaving the Mets broadcast leaked this past November, but the move wasn't official until he announced it on Wednesday. Lewin is still unsure about what his day-to-day in San Diego will entail, but wanted to update Mets fans on his move.
It's great to see Lewin and his family thrilled with what's to come.
Lewin called the Mets' entire World Series run in 2015 and will forever be a part of their franchise. While he won't be with the team anymore, his voice can be heard during various sporting events if Mets fans choose to tune in.