Before he could deliver another award winning update this morning, Jerry offered a rather manly ‘helloooo’ with regard to today’s Attention Grabber, Samantha (pictured below).

Boomer & Craig were very impressed with Jerry’s efforts, but equally disappointed with the person Al Dukes has become at the ripe old age of 41.

Boomer thought of Al yesterday while he witnessed a guy feebly trying to pick up a woman at a bar.  The Booms was trying to enjoy a burger with fries, only to have his stomach turned by this fella’s advancements.

Then we learned that Jerry has very little meaningful conversation with his wife.

With all of that out of the way, Jerry was clear to recap Mariano Rivera’s historic night in Seattle, where the Yanks defeated the Mariners 3-2 (Bomber’s 3rd straight win) and Rivera collected his 600th career save.

We heard the final call of  the historic save, courtesy of John Sterling, and according to Boomer & Craig the Yankees got a favorable call.  Afterward we heard from Joe Girardi on his legendary closer and from Mariano himself , who credits his god for the cutter he possesses.

The next play-by-play cut from Sterling was not a great one, but we quickly learned the top-spin on the ball Jesus Montero hit – not Sterling himself – was to blame for the blown call.

Then Jose Reyes called a reporter ‘Papi’ after the Mets’ 3-2 loss to the Nationals, which spurned Jerry, Al, Dominique & Eddie to call Boomer & Craig ‘Papi’ in a sexy manner – which was cool when Dominique said it – but not so much when the other three uttered it.  Mets manager Terry Collins called his team careless not lazy, so take that for what it’s worth.

Giants defensive back Antrel Rolle joined Joe & Evan on the midday show yesterday. Picking up right were he left off last year, Rolle made some comments about the Washington Redskins that have people talking.  Boomer & Craig are two such people…

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