Boomer & Carton Podcast
Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day focused on some quality time Boomer spent with Al Dukes in a hot tub.
When Craig morphed into Harry Caray and praised Mets backup catcher Johnny Monell, Jerry Recco had his highly anticipated Moment of the Day secured.
Friday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day focused on a most unfortunate place for a man to be hit…
Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day focused on a discussion Boomer and Craig had with regards to getting a hot shave and featured Craigie doing his best to censor himself.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured a long-winded question courtesy of Boomer and a response that was a bit lacking, courtesy of Isiah Thomas.
When Craig picked up his trusty megaphone and did some preaching about Boomer’s beloved Rangers, it was a slam dunk for Jerry’s Moment of the Day.
The Yankees are hot, the Mets are cold and the Rangers have a Game 3 tonight in Washington. All of that, plus a Moment of the Day with Suzyn Waldman and A-Rod following home run No. 660:
During Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day, Artie Lange could be heard painting an image that included Boomer getting up close and personal with some provolone.
Tuesday’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ featured YES sideline reporter Sarah Kustok, Brook Lopez and a whole heck of a lot of laughter.
Monday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day revolved around a fictitious encounter between Craig and some extraterrestrials.
Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured Suzyn Waldman and Craig Carton — a winning combination, indeed.
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.
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.
Monday’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ focused on Yankees radio play-by-play icon john Sterling and a little voice he believes lives inside of everyone’s heads.
Friday’s highly anticipated “Moment of the Day” focused on the fact that it was Boomer’s birthday — his 54th birthday, by the way.