Boomer & Carton
Eddie offered a little insight with regards to how he organizes his almost 4,000 drops.
Craig is having a tough time understanding why Mets fans are not going out to Citi Field to root on their first-place baseball team. Even after discussing it with Boomer, not much was cleared up.
The Rangers entered Monday night’s Game 2 with a chance to take a commanding lead over the Lightning before the series shifts to Tampa Bay, but things didn’t exactly work out in that manner.
Monday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day revolved around Jim Nantz’s fascination with the name Rory.
Before saying goodbye, Mr. Kalter provided probably the most honest answer to the burning question, whatchya benchin’?
Hilarity is good. Unfortunately for Jerry, accuracy is also a thing.
This segment began with Craig bragging about his new Mets fedora hat, which eventually led to Boomer’s BFF coming to grips with a sad fact.
Unfortunately for the Mets, the good vibrations were quickly deflated by a story Craig shared with regards to Chris Mullin throwing out a first pitch at Citi Field that you’ll have to hear to believe.
Until Monday morning at 6 a.m., when the guys make their return to the airwaves, stay classy New York!
“Nobody cares about hockey, Boomer!” That’s not true, at least not right now.
The guys touched on hot-button topics such as sports gambling and how its potential legalization could impact Mohegan Sun.
With the Patriots now claiming the concept of “deflating” actually refers to losing weight, Craig is reminded of the promotional picture he recently took for his new pilot.
Upon realizing that Thibodeau could be on the open market, the gang wondered whether the Knicks should ditch Derek Fisher and go after him.
Despite being in New England Patriots country, Craig has some harsh words for Pats fans, saying that Tom Brady and his team will not see their punishments reduced.
Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day focused on some quality time Boomer spent with Al Dukes in a hot tub.