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After breaking down the forecast for this wet Wednesday, Boomer and Craig discussed a whole host of topics, beginning with the havoc the weather caused for the baseball locals.
Proceeds from the event, which include a 50-50 raffle, will benefit the New Rochelle Park & Recreation Gift Fund.
Eli Manning has too much talent, temerity and intelligence to turn into the turnover machine he was last year. And no doubt the Giants will do everything in their power to avoid a repeat of their galling 0-6 start in 2013.
For many fans of the New York Islanders, Nassau Coliseum was a second home, or even hallowed ground. This is the team’s final season on Long Island, and it’s going to be a very emotional year for a lot of people.
The New York Mets return home this week to face the Nationals and Cubs, but they may have wanted to stay in Philadelphia.
Anyone else tired of hearing about cornerbacks? The Jets need to start doing their defense a favor by moving the ball and putting up points like a 21st century NFL team.
Today’s highly anticipated moment happened organically if you will, as Craig took Jerry to task for failing to report a story involving Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick.
Steph Curry joined Boomer and Craig Tuesday morning and after saying hello to the guys, was subjected to Craig’s rant about he should have been drafted by the Knicks.
Mets manager Terry Collins was at it again yesterday when asked about the health of his banged-up closer Jenrry Mejia, which meant Craigie was at it again Tuesday morning.
Boomer reluctantly put his rhyming skills on display. That in turn prompted ‘The’ Eddie Scozzare to take a well-thought-out shot at the Blonde Bomber.
From there, Craig suggested a gum that never loses flavor before complaining about Big League Chew having too much sugar.
If you’re a Yankees fan looking for a ‘silver lining’ after last night’s 11-3 loss to the Orioles, look no further.
Rounding things out, the guys reflected a bit on the life of Robin Williams. He was 63 years old and will certainly be missed.
Is Wagner still the greatest shortstop of all time? A year ago, I would have said “Absolutely!” Now I am not so sure. This brings us to Derek Jeter.