With no meaningful football to watch over the weekend (the Pro Bowl does not count), we all wondered what Boomer & Carton would be talking about come Monday morning. Then, the Wilpons sent out a press release, and our worries were over.
Don’t tell Darryl Strawberry that the Mets have no chance this season. According to the former superstar, New York can contend in 2011.
The Mets are partially for sale – but Craigie wants to know who in their right mind would buy just 20-25% of the struggling franchise?
Darryl Strawberry will race up 1,576 steps and 86 floors to the Observatory on Tuesday with about 100 other participants as part of the Empire State Building Run-Up to raise money for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.
Wally Backman was passed over for Terry Collins as the next manager of the Mets, but the fiery Double-A manager still has a firm believer in Darryl Strawberry.
It’s impossible to appreciate how far Josh Hamilton has come unless you know where he’s been.
Ike Davis continues to climb the Mets all-time leader boards for rookies. Davis’ 18 home runs trail only Darryl Strawberry (26 in 1983) and Ron Swoboda (19 in 1965) as the most by a rookie in Mets’ history.
Dwight Gooden and Darryl Strawberry have always been linked. It figured that Doc and Straw would enter the Mets’ Hall of Fame together.
Darryl Strawberry is hoping to hit a home run with a new venture: a New York City restaurant with baseball-themed fare like Grand Slam appetizers.
On this Wednesday edition of the Boomer and Carton Extravaganza the guys had a lot to get to. Al Dukes booked a slew of in-studio guests, the Yanks lost to the Indians 4-1 and the Mets […]
Admit it – when the Mets were 10 games over .500, your pockets bulged with house money. In truth, you knew the New York Metropolitans were a mediocre club and, courtesy of a hideous (2-9) […]