On the 15th anniversary of his perfect game, David Cone made it a point to give Boomer & Craig a call to talk about the life-altering event.
Jets wide receiver David Nelson stopped by the Allstate Studio to meet Boomer & Craig, have a few laughs, promote his efforts in Haiti and invite the duo to Monday night’s (July 21) “i’mMe” launch party.
Despite a light night in the sports world, Jerry Recco was still expected to deliver a sports update, which he did. As is always the case, he made it both informative and entertaining because he is a professional.
With the All-Star break behind us and the Major League Baseball season set to commence today, Boomer & Craig opened up this action-packed Friday edition of the Morning Extravaganza trying to forecast what might lie ahead for both the Mets and the Yankees.
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (07/17) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
After listening to a montage of Boomer’s on-air singing through the years, a fella named John called in from Queens, and he was determined to read his poem about the Yankees.
Boomer boldly stated that he could take Terry Bradshaw, but would leave Howie Long for Tony Gonzalez or perhaps Bart Scott to handle.
Let’s be clear: Boomer is not in need of any sort of image improvement, but that didn’t stop Craig from offering a suggestion that he believes would cast the Blonde Bomber in an even better light than already shines upon him.
Jerry Recco delivered an update, because that is what he is paid to do.
Boomer & Craig opened up this Thursday edition of the Morning Extravaganza inside the wonderful bubble that is the second half of the MLB season and the fast-approaching NFL season.
Ken Griffey Jr. never liked the Bombers. It all stemmed from late manager Billy Martin’s treatment of his father, and one clubhouse incident in particular.
Someone got from Holmdel, N.J. got put in their place, and we’ll just leave it at that.
Craig wondered aloud why one would one would want such a painting, before asking Boomer what he would like to be featured in a portrait of himself…
Jerry Recco’s update served as an All-Star Game wrap-up if you will, as Derek Jeter’s final Midsummer Classic ended with a 5-3 win for his American League squad.
Between Jeter’s All-Star finale, the Mets, and Craig offering some advice for MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, we clearly had what would be classified as show open chock full of goodness.