Sportscaster who began serving as the radio voice of New York Mets baseball games in 1995. He is known to fans for his encyclopedic knowledge of Mets history and for his long-running catchphrase "Put it in the books!"
He was born in Brooklyn and graduated from Queens College in 1977.
He was inducted into the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 2012.
He married a woman named Barbara and has two children.
He has co-hosted MLB Now with Brian Kenny on the MLB Network.