Wayne Randazzo began his career in minor league baseball play-by-play as a No. 1 broadcaster in Mobile just one year out of college. Today, he is the New York Mets new Pre & Post Game Host and Fill-In Play-by-Play Broadcaster.
Landing your first major league job in the largest market in the country is an impressive achievement that Wayne earned through a series of unique career choices.
In this STAA podcast, Wayne shares valuable insight to building a career to the majors.
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Among the topics we cover:
- Suggestions for making yourself a viable candidate for a broadcasting/media relations job in minor league baseball without media relations experience
- Why Wayne wasn’t afraid of how moving from Double to Single-A would look on his resume
- Why a Triple-A broadcasting job is often not more valuable than a Single or Double-A job in getting a person closer to the Majors
This podcast is an excerpt from a longer interview with Wayne. The full-length interview includes Wayne’s advice for which is more valuable — accepting an MLB pre and post position with no play-by-play, or continuing to broadcast MiLB games, how Wayne got a No. 1 job in Double-A, just one year out of college, and more.