Anthony Roberts, UnsplashFACESAfter 25 years Joe Benigno announces retirement from WFAN by Nicholas Durst October 28, 2020 From caller to drive-time host, the dream run will come to an end for Joe Benigno on November 6, 2020 when he officially starts his retirement, paving the way for Craig Carton’s return to WFAN to team with Evan Roberts, which could be as soon as November 9th.Joe Benigno announced his retirement from full-time work at WFAN at the start of his afternoon drive time show on Wednesday, saying, “This is it for me. I definitely will be retiring, leaving the station.” Joe plans to head to Florida in retirement and play a lot of golf.“It’s time, as far as my situation is concerned,” he said shortly after 2 p.m. “It’s time to go for me. I don’t think there’s any question about it. What else can you say? It’s been a great run.”He partnered with Roberts for 14 years and was at WFAN 25 years overall after previously having been a fan and caller. Of course Joe pointed out that none of his teams have won a championship since he has been on air.“Twenty-five years on the air, and not one of my teams won a championship,” he said, referring to the Jets, Mets, Knicks and Rangers.Joe is just as beloved by both callers and everyone within the WFAN family past and present. Take a look at some tweets congratulating Joe on an amazing career.I knew this day would eventually come…it has been an absolute honor to listen and then have the privilege of working with the great Joe Benigno for the last 14 years. Great host, great man I will absolutely miss working with him.— Evan Roberts (@EvanRobertsWFAN) October 28, 2020Legend forever pic.twitter.com/mvU5nj1lht— Evan Roberts (@EvanRobertsWFAN) October 29, 2020Hit em straight Joe B. Just like you did for the last 25 years. Proud to have shared the studio and the airwaves with you. #allthelove pic.twitter.com/ViZOqFu6nS— Sweeny Murti (@YankeesWFAN) October 28, 2020Joe Benigno is one of my favorite people on earth and he deserves every bit of the praise he’s going to get today. I will miss him on the air dearly.— Gregg Giannotti (@GioWFAN) October 28, 2020Congrats to Joe Benigno on a great career! I owe Joe so much for my career! I did updates for Joe's overnight show for 2 years in the mid 90s. He brought me in all the time. For a kid breaking in it meant the world! Thanks Joe! Good luck my friend! #oneofthegreats— Don La Greca (@DonLagreca) October 28, 2020 Post Views: 34The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest PostsNicholas DurstNicholas Durst is a sports media professional who has worked as an on-air personality and producer with the Brooklyn Cyclones, Bleacher Report, MSG Networks, WFAN Radio and MTV. He has experience in TV, radio, social/digital media, short-form and live video across sports and entertainment. He is also a NCAA Division II broadcaster for CSI SportsNet. Nicholas hosts You Know I'm Right, right here on InTheZone.io. Follow him on twitter @Nick_DurstLatest posts by Nicholas Durst (see all) You Know I’m Right, Episode 56: WFAN’s Jerry Recco (Audio) - November 25, 2020 The Miz Wants To Sing At Ryan Cabrera’s Wedding - November 24, 2020 You Know I’m Right, Episode 55: ESPN’s Doug Kezirian (Audio) - November 24, 2020 You Know I’m Right, Episode 54: Cano, NBA, Survivor Series (Audio) - November 21, 2020 Related TopicsbroadcastingJoe Benignojoe benigno retirementjoe benigno wfannyny sports radioradio broadcastretirementsports broadcastingsports radioWFAN Newsletter SubscriptionServing Up Smiles Virtual EventCan't Miss Posts! Olympic gold medalist Ryan Murphy discusses International Swimming League and Summer Olympics by Nicholas Durst | posted on November 9, 2020 You Know I’m Right, Episode 55: ESPN’s Doug Kezirian (Audio) by Nicholas Durst | posted on November 24, 2020 Who is Steve Cohen and what does his purchase of the Mets mean for fans? by Elizabeth DiPietro | posted on November 1, 2020 NFL amps up memo; asks players to wear mask on sideline and in the locker room by Mecca Lennon | posted on November 5, 2020 You Know I’m Right, Episode 51: Steve Cohen Takes Over, Craig Carton Returns (Audio) by Nicholas Durst | posted on November 12, 2020More in FACES Vanderbilt Senior Sarah Fuller Poised to Make Power 5 HistorySarah Fuller, a senior at Vanderbilt University, is hoping to make history this weekend.... Raul Shah pursues dream to play in MLBGrowing up in Ellicott City, Maryland Raul Shah played many sports, whether it was... The Miz Wants To Sing At Ryan Cabrera’s WeddingStar of the hit reality show Miz & Mrs, WWE Superstar and Mr. Money... You Know I’m Right, Episode 55: ESPN’s Doug Kezirian (Audio)On the 55th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... Lucie Kaas Honors Muhammad Ali With New Kokeshi Doll NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Hates Mets Fans… well at least the new owner?