“I think the Mets are where they are,” Leiter said. “The Nationals are the team to beat, (the) Atlanta Braves are very good, who knows with the Marlins and Phillies. They’re just, to me, they’re not a playoff team.”
The trip started at Bryant Park on 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue, on about 80,000 square feet of red carpet, and continued past Grand Central Terminal.
It will be held July 17 at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, the course for the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Open. The tournament is scheduled for the day after the All-Star game at Citi Field in New York.
Today, we have a story of people really stepping up the plate for someone in need.
The majority of the conversation between the guys revolved around the Yanks, as they prepare to take on either the Orioles or Rangers Sunday.
While Craig was asking Boomer for advice about what style of underwear he should purchase, Al Leiter called-in on the hotline and found the conversation all too familiar.
As we head into Round 2 of the 2012 Subway Series, I am often asked what is the best game in this series I have ever seen since I have been at all of these encounters.
Former big-league pitcher and current analyst on the MLB Network, the great Al Leiter joined Boomer and Craig via the hotline to break down the young baseball season.
When Al Dukes informed Boomer & Craig that former big league pitcher Al Leiter was going to join the Program today, the Dynamic Radio Duo tried to figure out why. Not to worry though, Leiter is always entertaining…
Al Leiter took some time out of his busy morning to call in and chat about the sport he once played professionally: baseball.
Craig challenged John Franco to use his contacts and book an A-list guest for the 9 a.m. hour. Things didn’t look all that good until Franco’s old buddy Al Leiter called in and saved the day.
Al Leiter joined the fun this morning, and Craig brought up a performance by a young Leiter in early 80′s that landed him in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd”…
Where to begin? Some good news came out of Mets camp on Monday with the release of Oliver Perez, but as far as the Knicks go, the news is not so good.
There’s a special energy in the air. Maybe it’s the thrill of ALCS Game 1. Maybe it’s the excitement over a great weekend of NY sports. Or maybe we’ve all pulled a Boomer and had way too many 5-hour energy drinks.
The Blonde Bomber got things started Wednesday morning by reading a list of Tuesday night’s winners and losers…