New York Mets Spanish Radio Broadcasts Shift Stations


Audacy has expanded its sports broadcasting offerings to include Spanish-language broadcasts of New York Mets baseball games starting with the 2024 season. Fans can now listen to every game through the Audacy app, website, and locally on WINS-HD2. The station currently carries an Alternative music format.

Additionally, the Spanish audio feed from 92.3 FM HD2 will be available on all SNY and PIX11 television broadcasts of Mets games through the SAP option.

Audacy’s WCBS-AM remains the flagship radio station for the New York Mets, covering English-speaking play-by-play broadcasts as well as pregame and postgame content for all Spring Training, regular season, and postseason games.

Veteran broadcasters Max Perez-Jimenez and Nestor Rosario will continue their roles as the voices of Mets baseball in Spanish, covering games along with pregame and postgame shows.

WINS Brand Manager Ivan Lee remarked, “We’re thrilled to make it easy for Spanish-speaking fans to catch every play of the Mets season. The familiar voices of Max Perez-Jimenez and Nestor Rosario will sound incredible throughout the Tri-state area, whether you’re tuning in through the Audacy app or on crystal clear HD radio.”


  1. Why can’t the Mets get their own station? I want to listen to my alternative music on 92.3, 24/7 in my car. This is not fair to we alternate music listeners. If you couldn’t offer a dedicated station you should not have taken over the regular station format. I am not happy.


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