Everybody knows Craigie as the outspoken co-host of one of America’s favorite morning shows on WFAN. Most don’t know the side of him that really does fill the title of being a “national treasure.”
Think you could make contact off legendary closer Mariano Rivera? WFAN co-host Craig Carton wasn’t about to pass up the chance.
Fast. Fit. Tenacious. Jets general manager John Idzik says his incoming rookies were picked for talent above all else — that’s the way business is done nowadays in Florham Park.
“The Mets are acting like jacka—-. They really are,” WFAN’s Mike Francesa said Monday. “They get what they deserve. I hope there’s 10,000 people in Citi Field in a couple of days. You can quote me: jacka—-. You hear me?”
No, there’s nothing wrong with your television. And no, that’s not a clown. That’s WFAN co-host Boomer Esiason,
Victor Cruz is eager to show off the Giants’ new offense. But that doesn’t mean it was easy watching former coordinator Kevin Gilbride exit East Rutherford.
The countdown to summer is on! And the Gin Blossoms will be helping Boomer & Carton kick it off in style on May 23 at the Jersey Shore.
WFAN co-host Craig Carton has a problem with the Yankees. A monumental problem, if you will. And because of that, Boomer Esiason and Jerry Recco have a problem with Craigie.
The 86-year-old has an almost encyclopedic knowledge of baseball. He shared some of his memories with WFAN’s Mike Francesa on Wednesday.
They say star players win championships. The Heat have three of them — and two straight titles. Kidd and the Nets are hoping to stop them in their tracks.
This week we learned that you don’t mess with Boomer’s Rangers.
The Booms needed some clarification before committing to offering a major rating boost to the WFAN alum, therefore Gregg felt inclined to call up and grovel…
Mookie is still looking for answers from the Amazin’s. Specifically, why was he fired as first base coach after the 2011 season?
“I’m humbled and excited to be recognized by the New York State Broadcasters Association,” said Francesa. “It is a great honor, and anything with New York attached to it means all the more to me.”
Rangers forward Martin St. Louis is finally comfortable at MSG, just in time for his introduction to one of the fiercest rivalries in the NHL.