Before turning it over to Jerry Recco so that he could deliver his first update of the morning, Craig attempted to offer Yamkees’ fan comfort by telling them it is not time to panic.
Boomer and Craig asked Al Dukes about the lovely Chelsea, wondering when she will be flexing her pipes at Citi Field and performing the National Anthem prior to a Mets game.
If you happened to be listening to WCBS 880 last night when Derek Jeter was hit with a pitch in the 8th inning of the Yankees 5-2 win in Seattle, you undoubtedly heard Suzyn Waldman let out a couple of sighs.
A gal by the name of Dorka gave Boomer and Craig a call this morning to take the Dynamic Radio Duo to task for their, what she classified as, mockery of Suzyn Waldman.
WCBS 880 listeners are no doubt familiar with the phrase “Live from the CBS Hudson Square broadcast center,” but many people don’t even know where Hudson Square is.
Coming back from break, the gang engaged in a discussion about what constitutes a ‘game-winning RBI’ before focusing their attention some audio from last night’s Yankees’ radio broadcast on WCBS 880.
Medical experts have always said that prostate cancer is something that men cannot ignore.
Craig offers some commentary on the situation surrounding the ‘Rocket’ and his Hall of Fame candidacy.
Bloomberg visited WCBS Newsradio 880’s new studios at 345 Hudson Street this morning and participated in an extensive interview with anchors Michael Wallace and Pat Carroll, as well as veteran political reporter Rich Lamb.
The Yankees today announced that the organization has extended their current radio agreement with WCBS 880 through the 2012 season.
WCBS 880 reporter Steve Knight was live at the World Trade Center site on Monday morning. He gave Boomer & Carton details of the scene the morning after Osama bin Laden’s death was announced.
Bloomberg called the slow response to clearing snow from city streets “unacceptable.” He said he doesn’t believe the Sanitation Department dragged out the plowing process, but will launch an investigation.
Why does it seem that people love it when New York City gets snubbed?
The Metropolitan Opera is showing its high-tech, high definition performances for free outdoors at Lincoln Center this weekend.
Did you hear (or miss) today’s report about kayaking on the Nissequogue River?