It’s been nine years since guitar virtuoso Bernie Williams last played an MLB game, so the former Yankees center fielder must have figured it’s high time to retire.
Andy, you see, was multitasking this Thursday morning. While listening to the Dynamic Radio do their thing, he was also researching the elusive Bigfoot.
Not really sure what else I can add, other than this segment is entertaining — and it guess could be considered informative.
It’s one thing to be a heartbreaker. It’s another thing entirely when you know it. Jerry Recco falls under the latter.
Boomer and Craig opened up this Thursday edition of the Morning Extravaganza talking about a New York sports scene you can be proud of.
With Islanders legend Clark Gillies looking on, Boomer and Craig tried to make sense of the closed captioning function of the TVs in the Allstate Studio.
With the NHL playoffs in full swing and the Isles right in the thick of things, Boomer and Craig were thrilled to welcome legendary Islander Clark Gillies into the Allstate Studio.
After learning what Lisa does for a living, Boomer and Craig tried their best to figure out how the closed captioning worked on the TVs in the Allstate Studio.
While attending his kid’s little league game over the weekend, Craig witnessed a heroic act when a Staten Island doc jumped into action to save the life of a man who was suffering a heart attack.
Jerry Recco entered the Allstate Studio bearing both good and bad news, along with a professionalism matched by few others.
It was a spirited show open courtesy of the Dynamic Radio Duo you’ve come to know and love, as Boomer and Craig were all over Phil Jackson.
After Jerry learned that they are not serving deer-meat hot dogs in Kansas City, the update maven delivered his highly anticipated Moment of the Day.
After Henderson got into some trouble for failing a drug test, Andrews took a shot at the young man on Twitter — for which he vowed to get revenge. Fast-forward two years.
Eli Manning’s contract situation sparks a debate: Eli, Ben Roethlisberger or Philip Rivers — who ya got?
It was the Rangers that had the attention of the Dynamic Radio Duo as they got things started Tuesday morning.