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Jerry was in a festive mood for Boomer’s birthday and why not? There was so much good New York sports news to update the guys about.
It’s a great day today as it’s Boomer’s birthday, and there is so much to be excited about…
Each and every day here on the Morning Extravaganza, we get to listen to Joe Benigno cover the day’s top headlines, as only Joe can.
Jerry Recco wore a short-sleeved shirt this morning to enjoy the beautiful New York City weather…
Wally Szczerbiak may have a very busy schedule covering the Knicks for MSG and NCAA basketball for CBS Sports, but he made time to stop by the Allstate Studio to chat with Boomer and Carton on Friday.
Boomer and Carton were joined by CBS and Turner Sports analyst Charles Barkley after Sir Charles claimed that he has more money then Boomer during Thursday night’s NCAA Tournament telecast.
Each and every day here on the Morning Extravaganza, we get to listen to Joe Benigno cover the day’s top headlines, as only Joe can. Thus preparing you to take on your day…
Allie LaForce will be covering the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight at MSG fthis weekend. Of course no trip to New York is complete without stopping by the Allstate Studio with Boomer & Carton.
After finding out that Mark Sanchez signed a one-year contract with the Eagles, Boomer and Carton wonder why the Jets didn’t bring him back.
Craig says that Jerry is blowing them off by skipping the Nets broadcast tonight but Jerry claims that this is not the case.
It’s the final spring training Friday of Derek Jeter’s career and Craig intends to make a big deal of Jeter’s farewell season, including his last exhibition game on Saturday.
Freddy Garcia bounced back from two rough outings, allowing two hits while pitching into the sixth inning Sunday as the Atlanta Braves beat a New York Mets’ split-squad 4-1 on Sunday.
National TV simulcast to launch on Monday, March 24.
Sack that “lame duck” label! The New York Jets and head coach Rex Ryan have agreed on a multi-year contract extension, the team announced Thursday.