Boomer & Carton
With the Mets done playing baseball for the season, this weekend Citi Field will host the best of the best in the sport of cricket, in something called the “Cricket All-Star Series.”
Jerry Recco’s update had a little bit of everything, literally.
With the baseball season now officially in the rearview, the Dynamic Radio Duo of Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton kicked-off a true “Football Friday” on the FAN and the CBS Sports Network.
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson had a scare during Wednesday’s press conference to announce Terry Collins’ two-year contract extension, collapsing while answering questions for the assembled media.
With the World Series behind us, Ron Darling made the trip to lower Manhattan on Thursday morning to chat with Boomer and Craig about the Mets.
Jerry delivered all the information on Terry Collins’ new contract with the Mets.
Craig was pleased to hear that all signs are pointing to Ryan Fitzpatrick making the start this Sunday when his Jets welcome the Jacksonville Jaguars to MetLife Stadium.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” was a two-parter. The first part featured a naive fella named “Joe” and the second was focused on a somewhat surprised political figure.
Are pitch-outs allowed in the World Series? The guys had some fun with a caller Wednesday before New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie came to the rescue.
During Jerry Recco’s update we heard about the Royals’ championship parade in Kansas City, which Boomer compared to a visit from the pope, Terry Collins’ contract extension and the Yankees’ new hitting coach.
With the Jets’ quarterback situation currently in flux, this Wednesday edition of the Morning Extravaganza began with Craig advocating for rookie signal-caller Bryce Petty to get a shot Sunday.
Tuesday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” featured Craig having some fun at the expense of a few of a quarterbacks.
When it comes to the play-by-play game, few are more descriptive than the one and only Kevin Harlan, who called Monday night’s Colts-Panthers game along with Boomer on Westwood One Radio.
It’s been said that the lights shine a little brighter in New York, but one thing is for sure: with Craig Carton in town it’s certainly not easy being the quarterback of a New York football team.
By now you probably have a pretty good idea of what to expect when you listen to one of Jerry Recco’s informative and entertaining updates.