Boomer & Craig got an early morning visit to the Allstate Studio when Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith stopped by to say hello and “Pay It Forward.”

During his playing days Ozzie earned the nickname “The Wizard” for his stellar work with the leather.  His career spanned three different decades (1978-96), during which he made 15 All-Star teams, captured 13 Gold Gloves and won a World Series with the Cardinals in 1982.

He talked about being in New York and what it was like playing in the Big Apple as an opposing player.  He even broke into song along with Boomer & Craig as the three of them sang a little Sam Cooke.

They got the Hall of Famer’s take on Albert Pujols’ future in St. Louis and whether or not players linked to PED’s should be eligible for enshrinement in the HOF…

LISTEN: Ozzie Smith Joins Boomer & Carton in the Allstate Studio (5/12)

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  1. Mary Gurley says:

    What a great interview!! The great Oz is such a super person & has a great personality. He has given back to the people of St. Louis so much! Being born in St. Louis & now living in Port Charlotte, FL, I will always be a Die Hard Cardinal’s fan!! Love the great OZ!!! Ty, Mary Gurley

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