“The” Eddie Scozzare has little confidence that Craigie will commit for the long-haul — let’s just say he has a bit of a history.
A lot came out of Thursday night’s NBA Finals Game 4, a 103-82 win for the Warriors that didn’t conclude without incident.
Boomer and Craig got this action-packed sports radio talk show started discussing the NBA Finals, from all angles if you will.
Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day focused on the manner in which Terry Collins addressed the media following the Mets’ latest loss.
Jerry Recco’s first update of the morning began on a sour note for those who root on the Mets.
With Boomer out in Ohio shooting clay pigeons, Craig welcomed Chris Simms into the Allstate Studio Thursday morning for four hours of fun.
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (6/10) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
If NBC Sports chairman Mark Lazarus had his way, the NHL playoff beard would be a thing of the past.
The Mets lost 5-0 and Giants right-hander Chris Heston hurled a no-hitter, becoming the 22nd rookie to do so.
The Mets’ offense way stymied by a 27-year-old rookie few had ever heard of Tuesday night at Citi Field.
During Tuesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day, Craig provided us with everything he knows about trigonometry.
It quickly became evident that Saul had never called a radio show and perhaps wasn’t all that interested in actually getting the guys’ take on A-Rod.
After seeing a headline in the East Oregonian, Craig was clearly feeling vindicated.
Jerry Recco delivered the Tuesday edition of his ongoing update series, which began with some news and notes from Giants OTAs.
After a Monday night that was basically void of sports on TV, Boomer and Craig spent the majority of Tuesday’s radio show open discussing what lies ahead for the Yankees.