Mets radio network is a scant small

It’s a good thing WFAN (660-AM) has a terrific radio signal because Mets fans in the hinterlands would be out of luck listening to their favorite team.
There are no Hudson Valley affiliates on the Mets radio network. If you happen to head upstate, you can catch games on Queensbury’s WMML (1230-AM), Amsterdam’s WCSS (1490-AM), Sidney’s WCDO (100.9-FM), Syracuse’s WLTA (97.7-FM) and Oswego’s WSGO (100.1-FM). In their spring training home of Port Saint Lucie, Fla., you can hear the Mets on WPSL (1580-AM).

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