Boomer & Carton
This morning Michael’s father Steve joined Boomer & Craig in the Allstate Studio to talk about his son’s paralyzing hockey injury and what lies ahead for the young man.
After Craig reluctantly complimented Boomer on his perceived weight loss, the Blonde Bomber mentioned that he is scheduled to have a colonoscopy later this week.
Craig wondered if Al, who is single and always looking to mingle, has ever hosted such a party and upon learning that he has not, like the rest of us, Craig wondered why not?
Trade rumors are swirling and Martin Brodeur may or may not have played his final game last night for the Devils, so Jerry Recco began his first update of the morning in New Jersey…
After pacifying his radio partner’s hockey obsession, Craig advocated for Derek Jeter to buy the Mets after the Yankees shortstop made his desire to own a team public knowledge.
For today’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day,’ Jerry selected a a bit where Boomer and Craig were both busy singing about the young pitcher Noah Syndergaard…
Citing the wild success of the Boomer & Carton Kitchen at Barclays Center, Craig wondered why the Mets organization has not tried to monetize on their history using food.
Joe Namath was down in Florida on Monday to take in a Yankees spring training game and I think it’s safe to assume that Joe Girardi really enjoyed seeing ‘Broadway Joe’ spending time with his grandchild.
With a 96-80 win over the Bulls last night in Brooklyn, the Nets improved to 29-29, which prompted Paul Pierce to do some name-calling and Jason Kidd to talk about the importance of getting to .500.
After another impressive spring outing, Craig is once again calling for the Mets to keep young fireballer Noah Syndergaard on their roster coming out of spring training — a take his radio partner doesn’t agree with.
Today’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ featured the play-by-play work WFAN’s own John Minko and was followed up with a visit from the Mink Man himself…
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.
With a documentary about WFAN personality Steve Somers in the works, the crew talked about the greatness of their legendary colleague — or at least Craig did.
It’s like clock work — you can always count on Jerry Recco to help ya’ get your week underway with his informative and entertaining update segment.
Things have gotten so bad in fact, that Boomer and Craig can’t help but talk about Carmelo & Co. despite them becoming arguably the worst team in the NBA.