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Mets likely to remain on WFAN past this season

(Credit: Watchdog)

Earlier this month, it appeared the Mets were seriously considering leaving WFAN when their contract expires after this season. But the team now is likely to remain at its long-time radio home, according to three industry sources familiar with the negotiations.

Mark Chernoff, WFAN's operations director, would not comment beyond saying, "I’m always optimistic. We’ve had a great long term relationship and we hope it continues."

If the Mets had left, WFAN simply would have inherited the Yankees from its CBS Radio sister station, WCBS-AM. It is not clear where the Mets would have landed if they had left the FAN.

Tags: wfan , yankees

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