Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” focused on the Yankees’ void at shortstop and penguins, which are apparently “everywhere.”
Jerry got in a groove Wednesday morning. It’s efforts like this one that have helped earn him the “update maven” moniker.
It turns out, Didi Gregorius’ shoulder injury is a little worse than first expected. As a result, the talented young shortstop will not be ready for opening day. So what does that mean for the Yankees?
Tuesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” was born when Craig threatened Boomer with bodily harm, only to have the Blonde Bomber call his radio partner/BFF’s bluff.
Hank Azaria has a new show premiering on IFC called “Brockmire” and he just happens to be a big fan of Craig’s.
With the third annual Boomer & Carton Mikey “23” Strong Charity Hockey Game fast approaching, Mikey Nichols, himself, called in Tuesday morning to talk about the star-studded event.
It was once again left to the one and only Jerry Recco to deliver an informative and entertaining sports update on Tuesday morning.
It was a well-rounded Boomer & Carton show for your Tuesday morning consumption.
While Boomer was doing a live read on Monday, he referred to “The” Eddie Scozzare in a rather interesting way. It ended up becoming yet another amazing “Moment of the Day.”
WWE superstar Roman Reigns joined Boomer and Craig in the Allstate Studio on Monday.
Jerry Recco had a lot on his plate Monday morning. The “update maven” recapped the best and worst of a wild weekend at the NCAA tournament, as the second round was filled with upsets and fantastic games.
After a great weekend of March Madness, Boomer and Craig were back on the air Monday and talking about a game that probably left a lot of people smiling.
Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” ended with poor Al Dukes feeling a little under-appreciated.
It was the calm following the storm and before the madness on Thursday morning as Jerry Recco pulled off yet another informative and entertaining update.
Despite the Jets’ reported efforts to lure him to Florham Park, Dont’a Hightower elected to re-sign with the Patriots.