After the thrilling finish — which extended the Curse of the Bambino — then-Yankees owner George Steinbrenner gave Boston’ team bus a pair of middle fingers.
Craig wasted no time trying to get to the bottom of whats wrong with Ike Davis.
Millar sided with Boomer, saying that first is a lot harder than Craig was making it out to be.
MLB Network’s Kevin Millar checked-in this morning just after the guys finished talking with Ron Darling, which turned out to be an unfortunate set of circumstances for Millar, considered the contrast in the two men’s looks.
B&C Morning Show: Kevin Millar On Boston’s Collapse, Terry Francona’s Future And The MLB Playoff Picture
MLB Network’s own Kevin Millar called into the show this morning to talk about the upcoming Tigers-Yankees series, as well as the rest of the MLB playoffs. But before Boomer & Craig could get into all of that, they first addressed the reports out of Boston that have Terry Francona on his way out.
MLB Network’s Kevin Millar called in Thursday to talk a little baseball with Boomer & Craig, specifically the Yankees and the Red Sox, who are in the middle of a 3-game series up in Boston.
Kevin Millar (pictured above with his hero David Ortiz) played for the Boston Red Sox from 2003-05, so he knows a thing or two about their little rivalry with the Yankees. With that in mind Al “Hughes” Dukes reached out to Millar and scheduled him to be part of today’s fun.
Kevin Millar joined Boomer & Craig in-studio this morning to talk a little baseball and have a little fun. Millar touched on Opening Day, Jose Reyes’ role with the Mets, and more.
Today’s edition of the Boomer and Carton Morning Extravaganza was ‘scary good’. That is a Halloween reference, as a good majority of the staff decided to dress up for the occasion.
Boomer & Carton run through Friday’s big news – including Sandy Alderson’s introduction, the Jets’ big game against the Packers… and evidence of time travel found in an old Charlie Chaplin clip?