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Boomer and Craig discussed the absurdity of this story on multiple levels.
After Craig got through talking about his agent’s handiwork in getting Bill Simmons a new gig with HBO and Boomer sang the praises of Adam Schein, Jerry Recco did what was expected of him.
We also heard about our old co-worker Tommy Lugauer, an upcoming staff luncheon, and Craig’s vow to start eating right.
Poor performance is never just one thing. While we try to pound the pinata, put on our GM hats every year, losing is a litany of missteps.
Let’s see where the current Mets staff ranks among the five best pitching rotations of the past 20 years.
The deal with Draft Ops will give Islanders fans a fun, interactive activity to take part in when they come to games.
The Yankees can afford to keep starting Stephen Drew at second base because they have other people to get the job done.
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (7/22) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
Is gambling on NFL football a game of chance or a game of skill? Craig has long been an advocate for the latter, and based on new revelations, it’s become clear that he is not alone.
Boomer advises Craig to get in shape, Jerry provides an MLB scoreboard, Marcus Mariota signs his deal with the Titans and the Vikings give the much-maligned Adrian Peterson a new contract.
The Mets did their thing Tuesday night in our nation’s capital against the first-place Nationals.
With NBA training camps opening in September, the Knicks have a lot of time to complete their roster.
There are good players, there are great players, and then there is the rarest of player who creates an everlasting legacy. Recently retired winger Martin St. Louis falls into the third bracket.
During Tuesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day, we got a pretty good idea of how things might go if you happen to be approached by one Craig Carton while on the line at Shake Shack.