B&C Morning Show: Sterling Works Hard, Sanchez Looks Sharp, Boomer Still Not Going To Disney

Jerry ‘Rello’ Recco got his first update started by playing a cut of Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling calling Derek Jeter’s 6th inning, 2-run triple.  Hearing the golden voice of Sterling reminded Boomer of what a hard worker the man is, who has announced every game since 1989.

Craig suspected that Sterling’s radio partner Suzyn Waldman might not mind if the radio voice of the Bombers took a day so she could get a shot at calling a game.

From there we heard from the aforementioned Yankee Captain on his tie-breaking, 2-run triple, Joe Girardi on A.J. Burnett’s performance and the pitcher himself after recording his 9th win of the season.

Twins DH Jim Thome hit career homerun #600 and although he has never been linked to PED’s, Craig has his suspicions while Boomer applauded the accomplishment – which has been reached by only 7 other players.

The Jets lost to the Texans 20-16 and that score reminded Craig of a certain game during Boomer’s career that did not culminate with a trip to Disney World for the Blonde Bomber…

LISTEN: Sterling Works Hard – Sanchez Looks Sharp – Boomer Still Not Going to Disney (8/16)

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  1. Wayne Verost says:

    Hey Carton… don’t make fun of the Lehigh Engineers. One of Boomer’s targeted receivers during his storied career was a Lehigh Engineer (Steve Kreider).

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