The guys would eventually sound off and give their opinions regarding the bizarre Matt Harvey situation and why it seems the Mets all have a controversy on their hands.
After a wild Sunday for the local baseball teams, Boomer and Carton have plenty to discuss as they broadcast live from Glen Oaks on Long Island while promoting the Boomer Esiason Foundation.
During Friday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” Boomer provided some insight into how dinner went Thursday night with the staff, and why “The” Eddie Scozzare has a new nickname.
Borgata president Tom Ballance joined Boomer and Craig on Friday to discuss all the new and exciting additions coming to the hotel and casino, as well as some big comedians that are booked to perform.
Michael Symon talked about Angeline, his new restaurant at the Borgata, as well his current role on television during his sit-down with Boomer and Craig on Friday.
With the Yankees off, the Mets rained out, and the Rangers the only local team good enough to make the playoffs, Thursday night was light on action. But that didn’t stop Jerry Recco from updating with purpose on Friday morning.
The show hit the road Friday as the broadcast was done live at the Borgata. And once there, Boomer was as pleased as could be.
Al Dukes was featured in Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” which almost certainly put a smile on his face. On second thought, it might not have.
Bobby Bonilla paid Boomer and Craig a visit Thursday morning to promote his new “Infield Chatter” app, and arrived ready to talk.
Jerry Recco is a winner and his update effort Thursday morning reflected as much.
On Thursday morning, hours after both the Mets and Yankees put one in the win column, Boomer and Craig had plenty of good vibrations to spread around the studio.
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from Wednesday’s edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
Mike Maccagnan dialed up Boomer and Craig on Wednesday morning to discuss the Jets’ offseason.
Whenever Kenny Anderson finds himself back in New York he always makes it a point to pay Boomer and Craig a visit, which is exactly what he did Wednesday morning.
Boomer and Craig listened to the story of a true American hero, who lost both of his legs while serving our country in Afghanistan.