Jerry “Rello” Recco gave us his first update of the morning.
The Subway Series is to be savored, like fine wine or food or film. Six games per season is overkill, particularly when the Mets are reduced to roadkill every time.
If you listened to Thursday night’s Yankees-Blue Jay game on WCBS 880, you may have been a little confused when Suzyn Waldman introduced the man doing the play-by-play as John Sterns, not John Sterling.
Before Jerry’s update, Craig shared a tale about beginning a game of ‘Words with Friends’ with his loyal Twitter followers.
When a listener named Jack from Rockland County called in, Craig was forced to explain what it is that makes John and Suzyn special.
Boomer called Craig out, for what appears to be becoming an unhealthy obsession with ‘spray-tanning’…
Pettitte has signed a one-year contract with the Yankees, the team announced Friday.
You can decide for yourself if Sterling’s best was good enough…
The headline just about sums it up, Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling got a little confused while calling a Yankees spring training game over the weekend and Boomer & Craig were left searching for answers…
The Yankees today announced that the organization has extended their current radio agreement with WCBS 880 through the 2012 season.
In addition to preparing informative and entertaining updates for the show, Jerry Recco is saddled with the daunting task of trying to deliver said update with limited interruptions.
“Ballgame over! American League East over! Yankees win, thaaa-a-a-a Yankees win!” What fan of the Bombers could ever get sick of that call from John Sterling?
If you listen carefully to Tuesday night’s radio call – and we did – you can hear John Sterling’s radio sidekick, Suzyn Waldman, expressing her concern for the Yankees backup catcher.
At one point during the radio broadcast of the Yankee game last night, John Sterling made what could be perceived as an off-color comment about his broadcast partner Suzyn Waldman.
Jerry began his update by providing us with John Sterling, calling Royals DH Billy Butler’s controversial home run in the 3rd inning of Wednesday night’s Yankees loss.