Boomer & Carton
Friday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” spawned a very special analogy courtesy of Craig that included acupuncture and male enhancement pills.
Jerry Recco was back at it Friday morning, doing the job only he can do.
It was announced on Thursday that Ryan Fitzpatrick will be under center Sunday afternoon when the Jets take on the Texans in Houston and that made one Craig Carton a very happy man.
During Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” we heard what it sounds like when Boomer sets one up on a tee for his radio partner and BFF.
In an effort to provide listeners with their baseball fix, Al Dukes booked Yankees general manager Brian Cashman to be a guest on the radio program Thursday morning.
Ray Rice has been trying to rebuild his once sterling reputation after his football career and life were derailed following an ugly domestic violence incident.
Jerry Recco delivered an informative and entertaining update Thursday morning. Though he is paid to do just that, there is just something admirable about his approach.
The early returns on Kristaps Porzingis have been very good, as the Knicks’ 20-year-old rookie continues to make a name for himself in the Big Apple.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” featured a discussion on supermarket express lanes and also included an example of what happens when Al Dukes starts feeling his oats.
After Al Dukes threw down the gauntlet to Mike Francesa on Tuesday about making NFL picks for charity, a listener gave Mike a call to fill him in on the details, which apparently he was not made aware of.
Boomer’s generous side was on display Wednesday morning as the Blonde Bomber gave Al Dukes a gift in the form of a high-quality popcorn maker.
The maturation of one Kristaps Porzingis continues to unfold right before our very eyes.
During Tuesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” we got to hear about Craig’s negotiation skills and his Dec. 6 tailgate at MetLife Stadium.
Joe Buck made his first visit to the Allstate Studio on Tuesday morning, to promote his new TV show, “Undeniable,” and to catch up with his old buddies, Boomer and Craig.
With Craig’s encouragement (and financial backing), Al Dukes somewhat reluctantly issued a bold challenge to WFAN afternoon host Mike Francesa on Tuesday morning.