My dreams came true on July 1, 1987. And I had no idea it happened.
Kenny Albert will be on the call for the Giants-Jets game and after hearing his father Marv call in yesterday, he followed suit today and dialed-up Boomer & Craig to talk some hockey (briefly) some football, his unusually large head and more.
Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ revolved around Craig paying tribute to comedian Andrew Dice Clay as only he can.
In light of the freak snowstorm that hit the Tri-State area over the weekend, there are still many who are without electricity. One such unfortunate soul is an old friend of the show and the son of a legend.
With Kenny Albert already on his way to the ballpark to participate in the Bombers-Boomer-Broadway Charity Softball game, he called in and gave his first-hand account of a strange at-bat during Saturday’s Mets-Rangers game.
Kenny Albert joined Boomer & Craig this morning in studio and told the guys all about his hectic schedule, growing up with Marv Albert as his father, his tendency to sleep with his eyes open and his extra-large head.
When the guys were talking about Kenny Albert joining them later in the Show, ‘the’ Eddie Scozzare chimed in and offered a few tidbits of interesting information …
During Jerry Recco’s informative update we heard play-by-play calls from Knicks-Celtics, courtesy of both Marv Albert on TNT and his son Kenny on the MSG Network. It marked the first time a father-son combo called the same playoff game, a landmark evening for the Albert family.