As you can see by the photo, Nela doesn’t exactly look like someone who could eat a tremendous amount of food. Craig, on the other hand…
After Harris decided on bagels for his gift from the guys, it was update time and this effort began with the Mets.
Boomer & Carton: No One Wants To Be A Knick, Mets Can’t Score And Craig’s Pizza Craving Gets The Best Of Him
With the NBA free-agency period upon us, one has to wonder if anyone wants to be a Knick.
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (7/1) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
With the Jets’ quarterback situation far from stable, Craig asked Boomer, who is 54 — a “young 54″ at that — if he could still get it done for an NFL team.
The Yankees and the Mets were both stymied last night offensively, resulting in losses for the locals.
After the U.S. women’s soccer team dealt Germany a 2-0 loss to advance to the finals of the 2015 World Cup, Boomer thought it would be a good idea to open up Wednesday’s radio program by talking about it.
Tuesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day focused on the name Kole Calhoun, who is an outfielder for the Angels…
Craig talks about how crazy it is to see someone he calls a friend in a position to run for president. How ’bout that?!
After dealing with the disgruntled Kathy, Craig went on to explain why Lake Ronkonkoma is known as the “The Bottomless Lake.”
Following his outburst, Mr. Recco proceeded to deliver one of his well-prepared and very entertaining sports updates, while Boomer seemed a bit taken aback.
Boomer and Craig got things underway Tuesday morning discussing the baseball scene, which these days features two relevant locals.
Before Jerry Recco could deliver his highly anticipated Moment of the Day, he was taken to task by Craig for referring to Astros pitcher Collin McHugh as a “former Met.”
Whether or not that is actually true we may never know, but I do know that there was plenty of laughter to go around during this segment.
After Craig got through explaining why and how LeBron James will end up playing for the Knicks, Jerry Recco delivered his update, which provided Mets fans with a reason to smile.