Before Jerry Recco could even get started, Craig interrupted the esteemed update anchor to share some R.A. Dickey-themed tweets he received from a few loyal listeners. If you too would like to follow Craig on Twitter, you can do so by clicking here: @cc660.
Jerry made a smooth transition from the clever Dickey tweets to Dickey’s performance on the field last night, which was certainly one to remember. Because of Dickey’s masterful outing, the Mets put an end to their three-game losing streak – beating the Orioles 5-0 – as they look to gain some momentum going into this weekend’s Subway Series.
Ike Davis hit his first career Grand Slam and a lucky fan named Tommy (pictured below) ended-up with the ball, so he called the guys to tell them about how despite giving-up the ball for an autographed bat (which he is pictured with), he was not permitted to meet Davis to give it to him in-person. Craig vows to get to the bottom of the snub and make things right.
The Yankees have been making things right. After last night’s 6-2 win over the Braves, the Bombers have won 10 straight games and are showing no signs of slowing down and they steam-roll into this weekend’s highly anticipated Subway Series in Flushing.
Plus, Roger Clemens acquitted of all perjury charges and the Thunder & Heat will battle it-out in Game 4 of the NBA Finals tonight in South Beach…