Chris has been covering sports in the Capital Region since 2010 and joins 104.5 The Team in addition to his work as a sports anchor/reporter at Newschannel 13. A native of Glen Rock, NJ, Chris studied broadcast journalism at Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communications. His childhood love of the Atlanta Braves and Green Bay Packers lives on today, but basketball is his sport of choice to play and has always been going back to the days in the driveway.
Tanaka’s Turn in Yanks’ WC Playoff Pitching Auditions
In a series to audition for ace status, J.A. Happ and Luis Severino both made strong cases for why they should start the one-game Wild Card playoff.
Week 4 CFB Preview w/The Athletic’s Matt Fortuna
Pac-12 football is keeping me up too late after a long day of work on Saturday and it's going to happen to me again this weekend, I can already feel it.
Herm’s Influence, Meyer Speaks & Ryder Cup Hopes w/Matt Barrie
Matt Barrie is a man of many platforms with ESPN, but even he would agree, golf and college football are his bread and butter.
A Success or a Shame? How Will David Wright’s Career be Remembered?
David Wright is one of the greatest Mets of all-time. Not could've been. Is. That's indisputable.
Coaches vs Cancer BasketBall Brings in Big Money w/Big Names
Some of the best basketball minds have joined the Capital Region's fight against cancer ever since the American Cancer Society launched the Coaches vs Cancer BasketBall thirteen years ago.
Biggest Matchups to Watch in Week 2 w/ESPN’s Freddie Coleman
Giants-Cowboys search for first wins, Jets hope to show MNF-blowout wasn't beginner's luck, Bills turn to the rookie QB and the Patriots travel to Jacksonville for AFC Championship rematch
Monday Reaction: Is There Reason for Optimism After Giants’ Opener?
The Giants were second-to-last in points per game last season and the 2018 opener produced the same result: 15 points.
Sexism, Racism or Complete Lack of Common Sense?
There is a long history of referees swallowing their whistles at the end of close games and equally as long a list of examples of superstar athletes getting favoritism, so why wasn't that the case for the greatest female tennis player of all-time?
A Deep Dive into the USFL Experiment and Failure
The USFL is almost a forgotten league, but it's where some of the NFL's greatest players started their professional football careers in the 1980s.
NFL Over/Under Win Totals w/ESPN’s Doug Kezirian
With the door open to the legalization of sports betting across the country, there has never been a better time to analyze over/under win totals for the NFL
RPI Ready to Host Old Rival in Home Opener
RPI is coming off a season-opening win, which makes the Engineers 6-0 under head coach Ralph Isernia in openers.
Joseph Girard III Picks Up Right Where He Left Off for Glens Falls
While he continues to weight the six Division I basketball offers, Joseph Girard III has resumed his domination of Section II on the football field.