After addressing a possible rift here at WFAN, Jerry Recco was cleared to proceed with his well-prepared sports update, which commenced with a recap of Mashiro Tanaka’s Bronx debut.
With the dwindling attendance at professional sporting events becoming a bit of an issue, Craig has come up with a solution.
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (04/09) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
With “Draft Day” set the hit theaters this Friday (April 11), Al Dukes booked Jennifer Garner to join Boomer & Craig to talk about the movie and some other select topics.
Each and every day here on the Morning Extravaganza, we get to listen to Joe Benigno cover the day’s top headlines, as only Joe can. Thus preparing you to take on your day… How ’bout that?!
After explaining why he feels slighted, citing the Seaver statue he is having made for Boomer, Craig imagined how a Mets fan might handle the opportunity to talk with the Hall of Fame pitcher if given the chance…
While discussing whether or not a first basemen’s glove is necessary, Craig pointed out that Jerry Recco’s childhood was pretty pampered.
Boomer & Craig opened things up this Wednesday morning talking about the team from Brooklyn after Mason Plumlee blocked a LeBron James dunk attempt in the final seconds to seal an 88-87 win over the Heat in Miami.
During today’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ we heard Boomer and Craig go over their fantasy baseball roster with the hopes of winning a cool $100,000…
Craig “the lifelong Mets fan” was in the Bronx on Monday afternoon for the Yankees’ home opener. And he left Yankee Stadium a little upset…
Despite not being anywhere near 100 percent, Jerry Recco made his way into the Allstate Studio to deliver yet another informative and entertaining sports update. And for that he should be commended.
Craig was there at the Stadium and was thrilled with the outcome, while Boomer sounded as if he is growing more and more annoyed with the nonstop Jeter fawning.
With Jerry Recco out due to his inability to keep any food or liquid in his system, Al Dukes was left to select and deliver his highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day.’
With Jerry Recco too sick to perform his duties, Al Dukes was pressed into action, saddled with the responsibility of filling in for the ailing update maven.
Boomer and Craig’s perception with regards to the significance of today’s game differed a bit, which is a good thing in the radio business.