Craig, fresh off winning the “Pulse of the People” Award, was gleaming as he delivered the news that he and the Booms are among the five finalists for the prestigious Marconi Award.
Terry Collins spoke to the media yesterday and, among other thing,s addressed the Jordany Valdespin situation. The Mets’ manager said he thought Valdy called him a “cockroach.”
Last night’s festivities were just an appetizer for tonight’s main course, as Mets young phenom Matt Harvey takes the hill against some of the best that the American League has to offer.
Below you can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from today’s (07/15) edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza in one nice little package for your convenience.
Jeff Garlin, a dear friend of the program, stopped by the set to talk about his new movie.
The Yankees tremendous setup man stopped by the set at FanFest for a few minutes.
CC Sabathia took one on the chin on Sunday, but is so proud of the way that the Yankees have battled through injuries this year.
B&C kicked off a special Monday program by breaking down the weekend that was for the baseball locals.
During Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day,’ we got an idea of what it might sound like if Suzyn Waldman called the Kentucky Derby…
Over the weekend Craig took his kids to see Iron Man in 3-D. True Story? Another true story was Michelle Beadle throwing her hat in the ring at the Derby.
The guys spent most of the morning talking about the Knick’s poor performance against the Pacers in Game 1. And for the most part it was pretty civil. That was until Craig called Carmelo a “legendary” player & a Top 15 Knick.
Jerry had all the Knick reaction from their disappointing effort against the Pacers. Both Mike Woodson & Carmelo Anthony agreed that Indiana brought more intensity & effort.
The Pacers want to implement a very physical, rough & tough style of play. Well, that brand of basketball was on full display yesterday at the Garden. Mike Woodson’s squad got punched in the mouth and could not respond.
Tommy Lugauer joined the morning show staff back in January, serving as tape editor/breakfast coordinator/parking maven. But all along he’s made it clear that he has aspirations to be on-air.
When Craig noticed that Tommy, the morning show breakfast coordinator/tape editor, was having a bad day, he decided to bring him on the air to see if talking about what is bothering him might help.