B&C Morning Show: Boomer’s Favorite Moment & Jerry’s Update
Coming back from break, Craig had a little fun with his radio partner by getting him up to speed with what he missed on yesterday’s radio program, specifically the #1 NY sports moment of the last 25 years, or something along those lines.
You have to wake up pretty early in the morning to get over on the Booms, so when he heard audio of Bruce Smith knocking him out cold back in 1995 when the Blonde Bombers was quarterbacking the Jets (pictured), he was certain that Craig was attempting a ruse, which was pretty impressive considering Boomer has no recollection of the actual event, for obvious reasons.
After playing along, Boomer revealed his most memorable moment, which involved Craig ‘the Yankees fan’ revealing his true allegiance.
Jerry Recco has a knack of recalling specific events and results, at least those who hired him to provide updates believed so. Either way, Jerry then began his first update of the morning with the charmed existence of the New York Yankees after they beat the Indians 6-4, the Bombers fourth win in-a-row, and were the beneficiaries of a terrible call by the third base umpire in the seventh inning when Dewayne Wise was credited with a catch that clearly wasn’t a catch.
Damn it must feel good to be a Yankee, who are 17-4 over their last 21 games, and always seem to come out on the good side when there is ‘human error’ involved in the equation.
The Mets on the other hand, they have lost four straight, the latest coming last night at Wrigley Field when the hapless Cubs dismissed the Metsies 5-3, and Terry Collins is left looking for answers.
Plus, college football announces a plan for a four team playoff system beginning in 2014, Amar’e Stoudemire receives a hefty fine for his insensitive remarks on Twitter and some news about hockey that few are likely to care about it…