Monday morning’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day served as a public service announcement of sorts, as Al Dukes prepares for his first ever colonoscopy.
In this segment, Boomer’s questions revealed Craig’s apparent obsession with coconut oil.
Howard is an astrophysicist who is currently recovering from cataract surgery, and this marathon runner made it clear just how important this call was to him.
Jerry’s Monday morning update was littered with highlights of both the Yankees and Mets, after the baseball locals got it done on the diamond Sunday.
Boomer and Craig were back at it in the Allstate Studio on Monday morning after a three-day weekend, and it was baseball that was on their minds.
After getting over the awe of meeting Boomer, Bryan talked about his wrestling career and much more.
Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day focused on a birthday wish John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman sent out to the YES Network’s Meredith Marakovits.
When Jerry Recco speaks, Boomer and Craig tend to interrupt him. But when Jerry misspeaks, well, everyone listens, which was the case Thursday morning.
Boomer and Craig discussed the absurdity of this story on multiple levels.
After Craig got through talking about his agent’s handiwork in getting Bill Simmons a new gig with HBO and Boomer sang the praises of Adam Schein, Jerry Recco did what was expected of him.
We also heard about our old co-worker Tommy Lugauer, an upcoming staff luncheon, and Craig’s vow to start eating right.
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (7/22) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
Is gambling on NFL football a game of chance or a game of skill? Craig has long been an advocate for the latter, and based on new revelations, it’s become clear that he is not alone.
Boomer advises Craig to get in shape, Jerry provides an MLB scoreboard, Marcus Mariota signs his deal with the Titans and the Vikings give the much-maligned Adrian Peterson a new contract.
The Mets did their thing Tuesday night in our nation’s capital against the first-place Nationals.