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Boomer & Carton: Jerry’s Action-Packed Thursday Contribution

Yankees manager Joe Girardi looks on from the bench during a loss to the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on April 2, 2014. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

Yankees manager Joe Girardi looks on from the bench during a loss to the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on April 2, 2014. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

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After praising Dolphins offensive lineman Shelley Smith for leaving his own wedding rehearsal dinner to ink his deal with Miami, Boomer and Craig discussed changing diapers and the fact that the Boom’s late father fought in World War II.

Jerry Recco did not participate in WWII, but he did prepare an informative and entertaining update prior to entering the Allstate Studio and lo and behold was given an opportunity to deliver it to the masses.

Jerry got started with the hideous start to the baseball season for the locals, as both the Yankees and the Mets both lost again and are a collective 0-4.

Plus, Craig gets a little violent after an equipment failure, Suzyn Waldman’s role called into question, some ‘boots were knocked,’ Terry Collins explains the importance of non-stop movement which prompted Craig to expand on the idea, and finally we get to the Knicks, who after beating down the Nets 110-81 at the transformed MSG moved a little closer to actually making the playoffs…