If a Mets pitcher wants to pitch a no-hitter or, better, a perfect game, the first order of business is to find his way out of the organization.
David Cone joined Boomer & Craig this morning on the heels of the guys’ conversation about a Patriots bar in D.C. called “The Capitol Lounge.”
Yankees slugger Jorge Posada may have to go to bat for the prosecution in their federal perjury case against Roger Clemens. The problem? According to the New York Daily News, Posada has “no idea” why.
Wade Boggs and David Cone are among 10 former ballplayers or people associated with MLB who could be called as witnesses for Roger Clemens’ defense against charges he lied to Congress about the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Craig has recently voiced his concern over his pal David Cone’s dwindling frame, so he told Al “Hughes” Dukes to book the 16th player to pitch a perfect game to join Boomer and him in-studio so they could talk to him about it.
Derek Jeter, as he has deftly done for a decade and a half, once again deflected the flurry of questions regarding his future as a Yankee.