WOR, which was named the new radio home of the Mets during the off-season, has added the final piece to its broadcast team.
Seth Everett has been named pre- and post-game host. His been heard doing sports reports on 1010 WINS and Fox Sports Radio. Everett joins veteran Mets play-by-play voice Howie Rose and Josh Lewin, teaming for their third season.
Everett tells Tuned In he’s honored to be part of that “first class group of broadcasters.”
“[I] will try my best to engage fans, both on the radio and with social media,” Everett says.
His baseball prowess shined with shows on SiriusXM’s MLB Radio Network. Everett also spent eight years at Major League Baseball Advanced Media where he was a studio host at mlb.com.
Everett succeeds Ed Coleman, the longtime Mets broadcaster who stays behind at WFAN. The sports radio station had broadcast Mets games since its debut in 1987.
“[I] will try to hold a candle to the amazing job Ed Coleman did through the years,” Everett says.
Everett and Co. crack the mic on the season with Opening Day March 31.