Boomer & Carton
The Pulse of the People committee has spoken! Will Craig Carton, a five-time winner, beat out the strongest contenders yet?
Upon learning that Al Dukes and “The” Eddie Scozzare don’t know how to play poker, Craig was a little taken aback — so he decided to do something about it.
Thursday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured Craig singing about Geno Smith, Chan Gaily and the Jets…
After the phone call concluded Boomer, wondered if perhaps Mark had gotten to his little buddy a bit.
Jerry Recco found himself in a tough spot Thursday morning — which is isn’t unusual for the update maven, by the way.
Craig did his best to raise the spirits of his radio partner/BFF, but Boomer was really down in the dumps, so it wasn’t an easy task.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured a look back at 1999 — the ’99 NBA Draft to be specific.
When Boomer mentioned that Adam Schein will be hosting his own show on CBS Sports Network, it was news to Craig.
After getting a few details on the 5th Annual New York Yankees/New Era Pinstripe Bowl Charity Golf Tournament, Jerry Recco did his thing.
After ripping into Phil Jackson, Craig made it clear that by no means should the No. 4 draft pick be traded, before concluding that “the Knicks are screwed as a franchise.”
You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (5/19) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
Boomer & Craig were thrilled to get a visit from David Duchovny Tuesday morning, as the Golden Globe winner stopped by the Allstate Studio for a few.
Upon entering the Allstate Studio, Mr. Lewis needed no time to warm up. He came out firing on all cylinders, calling out the WFAN salesman who escorted him up.
Eddie offered a little insight with regards to how he organizes his almost 4,000 drops.
Craig is having a tough time understanding why Mets fans are not going out to Citi Field to root on their first-place baseball team. Even after discussing it with Boomer, not much was cleared up.