With Boomer taking the day off to play in a hockey tournament in Montreal, Craig was left alone to navigate his way through this busy Friday edition of the 'Morning Extravaganza' -- so he did just that.
First of all, despite not even playing last night, the Knicks clinched a playoff berth thanks to a Bucks loss. And with Dwight Howard out for the season, moving up to the sixth-seed isn't entirely out of the question for Carmelo and the gang. It looks like Amar'e Stoudemire will make his return tonight, when the Knicks take on the Cavs in Cleveland -- and Craig isn't as happy as you might think.
As far as the matchup between Yankees and Red Sox in Boston, that has Craigie the Mets fan grinning from ear-to-ear, and he offers no apology for that. He instead instructed everyone to get out of work early and enjoy the ballgame.
Adding to the rivalry, today marks the 100th anniversary of historic Fenway Park.
Last night the Bombers got three home runs off the bat of Curtis Granderson and used that to secure a 7-6 win over the Twins. Phil Hughes had a shaky start but managed to get his first win of the season. Off that performance, Craig explains why he believes that Hughes is screwed moving forward...
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