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LATEST FROM BOOMER & CARTON
- Boomer & Carton Podcast And MOTD: August 27, 2015 Thursday's highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured Craig's idea to make money using coconut oil and Al Dukes' junk revelation.
- Boomer & Carton: JB Smoove Stops By For Some Laughs JB Smoove paid Boomer and Craig a visit in the Allstate Studio on Thursday morning, and the host of "Four Courses with JB Smoove" kept on his sunglasses for the majority of the time.
- Boomer & Carton: Public Relations Pointers Courtesy Of Craig Carton After listening to Sheldon Richardson cavalierly talk about his legal troubles and pending four-game suspension, Craig's blood began to boil.
- Boomer & Carton: Jerry Does His Thing, Update Style Jerry's update started with a winner, that would be the Mets, who continued their dominance over the Phillies with a 9-4 win in the "City of Brotherly Love."
- Boomer & Carton: Time For Mets Fans To Celebrate, While Yanks' Struggles Continue Craig "the Mets fan" declared today a day to celebrate. This after "his" first-place Mets (70-56) eclipsed the Yankees (69-57) in the record department.
- Boomer & Carton Podcast And MOTD: August 26, 2015 You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (8/26) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
- Boomer & Carton: Imagining (Fantasizing About) A Dickey-Yoenis Matchup Craig chimed in with a few matchups he'd like to see, starting with R.A. Dickey and Yoenis Cespedes.
- Boomer & Carton: Boomer's Love For Sandy And Jerry's Update After Boomer got through advocating for Sandy Alderson to be the MLB Executive of the Year, it was everyone's favorite update anchor's time to shine.
- Boomer & Carton: Yanks Get Smoked, Mets Can't Lose, Geno's Ability And Giants' Concerns It's starting to feel like the red-hot Mets just can't lose, as was evident last night in Philadelphia. After falling behind 4-3, Terry Collins' bunch downed the Phillies 6-5.