Mets radio announcer Howie Rose talked about the life and legacy of legendary announcer Vin Scully, who passed away on Tuesday at the age of 94.
The Mets and Yankees are both in first place in their respective divisions -- and the Rangers are still in the Eastern Conference Final. Howie Rose, longtime Mets radio broadcaster on CBS880, analyzes the hometown teams' chances of winning it all and fans call in to talk June baseball and hockey.
He is a broadcaster. They are a first place team. Could it be any more obvious? Howie Rose clearly wants to spend his Sunday afternoons enjoying New York Mets baseball. Alas, that’s not what the MLB schedule makers had planned the day before Memorial Day. Instead, Mets fans got three straight night games against the Philadelphia Phillies with yet another one under the lights scheduled on Memorial Day versus the Washington Nationals.
Getty Images What a memorable weekend at Citi Field. The Tom Seaver statue reveal Friday before the home opener was a special moment. I got to take it all in with my dad outside the stadium. Me and my pops have been going to the Mets home opener every year since 2003, when I was just 12 years old. To see the statue of the greatest Mets player ever go up with the guy that taught me about the game of baseball and about the greatness of Seaver…was a moment that will last with me forever. On top of that, the...
It was a transformative night in Howie Rose's life. Rose, the longtime radio voice of the Mets, sat in the upper deck in Shea Stadium as a 15-year-old in 1969 as Tom Seaver took a perfect game into the ninth inning against the Cubs in front of more than 59,000 fans.
New York Mets fans spent their Saturday nights bundled up, inside, and in celebration mode at the acquisition of Chris Bassitt from the Oakland Athletics. After months of waiting to see who the team would add to the rotation, the club went out and made a move that the majority of people seem to like.
The former Islanders TV play-by-play broadcaster joins the show for episode 13. Subscribe to Talkin' Isles on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Simplecast. Episodes to drop every second Wednesday. Past episodes can be found here. Howie Rose, the Islanders TV play-by-play broadcaster from 1995-2016 joins the show for episode 13. Rose...
Mets radio play-by-play announcer Howie Rose talked with Howie Rose about the team’s GM search, and says he plans to be in the booth for Opening Day.
Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling, and Gary Cohen are welcomed into the homes of New York Mets fans daily from the start of the baseball season and until the very end. On the radio side of things, if you’re a multi-tasker like me who moves around a lot, you might be more likely to tune in for Wayne Randazzo and Howie Rose.
Howie Rose, who underwent surgery for an undisclosed illness earlier this month, wrote on Twitter on Monday that his "arduous" recovery is underway and thanked fans and friends for their support. "I just want to send my heartfelt thanks for your beautiful well wishes over the past weeks," the Mets’...
The longtime voice of Mets radio, Howie Rose, will not broadcast any more Mets games this season. He’s taking an extended leave of absence to deal with personal health issues. Wednesday was supposed to be Rose’s final game this year but the postponement advanced it one day. Before he left...
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NEW YORK -- The Mets will be without one of their legends for the stretch run. Radio play-by-play announcer Howie Rose, an award-winning broadcaster who has covered the team for more than a quarter-century, announced Monday that he will take a leave of absence to address a medical issue that requires surgery. Rose intends to miss the rest of this season before returning to the booth next spring.
New York Post
Howie Rose will miss the remainder of the Mets broadcasts this season due a surgery for an undisclosed illness. “The prognosis is good,” Rose told The Post over the phone Monday morning. Rose, 67, has been in and out of the broadcast booth all year dealing with the medical issue.
The Mets will be without one of their longtime staples for the remainder of the 2021 season. Radio broadcaster Howie Rose announced on Monday he would be stepping away from Mets games for the remainder of the season to address a medical issue. He will call games on Tuesday and Wednesday before departing.
News Bites for August 30... ...The “iHeartRadio Album Release Party with Imagine Dragons” will be broadcast across iHeartMedia modern rock and hot AC stations across the country on Wednesday, Sept. 1 at 10pm (ET). The special, which will celebrate the release of “Mercury – Act 1,” will be hosted by Booker, afternoon host at modern rock “Alt 98.7” KYSR Los Angeles, live from the iHeartRadio Theater. The album release party will be livestreamed on LiveXLive.
Beloved Mets broadcaster Howie Rose announced via Twitter that he will miss the remainder of the season as he undergoes surgery for an undisclosed illness. “Some of you may know that I’ve been dealing with a personal medical issue this season,” Rose tweeted on Monday. “In light of this I...