With the wounds from the Mets’ loss still fresh, Boomer and Craig talked football on Friday to help ease their pain.
Despite Thursday’s show having somewhat of a negative feel to it because of the Mets, a highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” did manufacture itself when Al Dukes’ commitment was questioned.
On Wednesday night at Citi Field, prior to the start of the Mets’ wild card showdown with the Giants, famed violinist Itzhak Perlman performed the national anthem on his violin.
Jerry Recco put forth another solid effort Thursday.
The Mets saw their season come to a brutal conclusion Wednesday night at Citi Field, as Madison Bumgarner and the Giants moved on with a 3-0 win in the NL wild card game.
‘The” Eddie Scozzare was prominently featured during Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” and rightfully so.
Craig arranged to have legendary rapper Darryl McDaniels, aka DMC, deliver Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey Giants jerseys Wednesday morning — on behalf of Fanatics.com — so Boomer could take them home and put them in his freezer.
Chris Christie is a huge Mets fan, so he gave his good buddies Boomer and Craig a call to talk about the NL wild card game, which will take place Wednesday night at Citi Field.
If it’s more hockey you crave, then the news that came down Wednesday morning on the Boomer & Carton Show was sure to make your day.
For Jerry Recco, it’s all about the update. So on Wednesday morning he once again found himself in his comfort zone.
Boomer and Craig were all sorts of pumped up Wednesday morning. Boomer, of course, has been rooting his Mets on all year long, while his BFF/radio partner has recently got back in touch with his blue and orange roots.
During Tuesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” Craig morphed into “Old Man Jones” and we got an idea of what the show might sound like in the future.
Jerry was at his best Tuesday morning, updating his face off as usual.
Why didn’t ESPN cameras show the sidelines during the national anthem on Monday night in Minnesota? It’s a question Boomer & Carton explored on Tuesday morning.
There was only one place to begin Tuesday’s edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza and that was with the New York Football Giants