Boomer & Carton
Borgata President and COO Tom Ballance joined the guys to discuss their yearly visit and poker tournament.
After asking around and having longtime WFAN employees vote, Craig revealed the highly anticipated WFAN Franchise Four.
Craig promised Boomer and a few other morning show members that he would double their money in AC. He owes them a total of $52,000, and Boomer wants to know where his money is.
Jerry fills us in on what’s going on at the British Open on the second day of play, plus baseball is back tonight.
Friday’s action-packed edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza, live from the Borgata in Atlantic City, began with the guys discussing what’s going on in the casino.
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (7/16) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
While driving home Wednesday, Jerry Recco caught some of WFAN’s afternoon show, which was hosted by the duo of Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts.
As promised, Boomer brought Craigie a boatload of cash Thursday morning, with the promise that he will double it tonight at the Borgata. And by boatload, I’m talking about $15,000.
Boomer did his best to defend the Mets’ — more specifically the Wilpons’ — spending habits before making sure that everyone likes Brewers shortstop Jean Segura.
Jerry put the thought of doubling his money aside and focused on delivering an informative and entertaining update.
Thursday’s action-packed edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza began with the guys discussing some news from the NFL.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured some inside info regarding Al Dukes’ health.
During this informative segment we learned something about chest cartilage and a lot about Al’s fragility.
While talking about the sport of golf, Craig’s competitive juices got flowing and eventually a $10,000 wager was spawned involving Craig, Islanders enforcer Matt Martin and a game of skins.
Craig had some fun at Pete’s expense, but I don’t think he knew, so I guess that makes it OK.