The Mets and the Yankees both lost, but the majority of this show open focused on the life and times of Muhammad Ali, who passed away Friday. “The Greatest” was 74.
During Friday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day,” we got to learn what “BDB” stands for with regards to some women’s morning routines.
Jerry Recco provided an informative and entertaining update on Friday morning — nothing more, nothing less — and that’s okay.
We were all treated to a splendid start to the Friday edition of Boomer & Carton’s Morning Extravaganza.
Thursday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” was a good one, as it focused on the behavior of some while in a men’s locker room.
In the following segment from Thursday’s show, things got rolling when Al Dukes assured Boomer that he has never seen him naked. It turns out Al isn’t all that comfortable with his grown-man body.
Jerry Recco has the update game on lockdown and he proved that point once again early Thursday morning.
The Mets and the Yankees combined to score a total of one run in 22 innings of baseball on Wednesday and because of that were each big losers.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” served as a subtle reminder to Boomer, who is apparently trying to watch his diet.
On Wednesday morning, Boomer & Carton discussed the latest on the Jets quarterback front, as Ryan Fitzpatrick is still a free agent and patience is wearing thin among fans and the media, alike.
Let’s just agree that a Wednesday just wouldn’t be a Wednesday without an update from Jerry Recco and leave it at that.
The Mets and the Yankees were let down by their respective bullpens Tuesday night, resulting in losses.
Chris Christie called in Tuesday morning and made Jerry Recco laugh. The “update maven” wasn’t the only one to crack up, so that’s how New Jersey’s governor became the featured player in the highly anticipated “Moment of the Day.”
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is an avid listener to the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza, and after hearing his old buddy Craig continually defend Mets pitcher Matt Harvey, he decided to call the guys on Tuesday morning.
On Tuesday morning, CBS Radio Network’s Scott Ferrall provided the announcement we’ve all been waiting for — the five nominees for the coveted 2016 “Pulse of the People” award.