Boomer & Carton
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (4/24) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
It took a while, but Bob eventually received some laughter. Unfortunately it had little to do with his bits.
As you can see by the photo, Holyfield has kept himself in pretty good shape since hanging up the gloves.
After learning that Jerry Recco likes free stuff and ‘The’ Eddie Scozzare has had long hair since 1994, it was update time.
What more can be said about these Amazin’ Mets? With a record of 13-3, they are currently the best team in baseball!
Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured Suzyn Waldman and Craig Carton — a winning combination, indeed.
This segment quickly turned into an homage to Al Dukes’ parody prowess, as we heard his countless tributes to both Tanaka and the Blueshirts.
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.
Islanders defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky’s status is uncertain for Game 5 of New York’s playoff series against the Washington Capitals on Thursday.
We’re all in this together, and Mr. Dukes wants to do his part to save our planet. We think…
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.