Josh Lewin

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Josh Lewin

Josh Lewin (born October 25, 1968) is an American sportscaster currently calling games for the New York Mets and formally with the Texas Rangers with Tom Grieve. Lewin also called baseball games with the Rochester Red Wings, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers, and Major League Baseball on Fox. Outside of baseball, he is the radio voice of the San Diego Chargers with Hank Bauer. He was the play-by-play announcer for the NFL on Sports USA and the NFL on Fox. He did some hockey games for the Dallas Stars (substituting for Ralph Strangis who was injured in a car accident), NHL on Fox, and Fox Sports Detroit's coverage of CCHA Hockey. He also handles various collegiate assignments. The Big Ten Network added Josh Lewin for their coverage of college football. Lewin also calls college basketball games for Fox Sports Net and Sports USA. Lewin has done play-by-play for Sports USA's coverage of college football. Lewin formally called play-by-play for basketball games for the Michigan State University and Southern Methodist University. Josh was the host of The Josh and Elf Show until being replaced by Jane Slater, as the Elf and Slater show, since Lewin was hired by the New York Mets replacing Wayne Hagin.