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.
Joseph Girard III Narrows List Down to 6 Schools, Joins Big Board Sports
From twenty-five all the way down to six, Joseph Girard III has narrowed his college choices.
My Hope for LeBron is That He Won’t ‘Ring Chase’
There should be a long list of teams that the greatest player on the planet is ready to cross off his list. Some serious contenders included.
Justify Lives Up to the Hype. Is Saratoga in His Future?
Would Bob Baffert dare bring this Triple Crown winner to the Spa City? No horse has ever won the Triple Crown and the Travers Stakes in the same year.
Masahiro Tanaka Runs the Bases & Leaves Subway Series Game
What a surprise, a pitcher ran the bases on Friday night and had to leave the game with an injury. I can hear them and see them now; the anti-pitchers hitting crowd coming out of the woodwork again.
MLB’s Hit King Talks About Coming to Albany & Today’s Game
On September 14th at the Palace Theater, Rose will share some of his greatest stories and memories as part of '4192: An Evening with Pete Rose.'
Albany Empire Take Over First Place
In what was maybe their first true test, considering the opponent and the stakes, the Albany Empire passed with flying colors.
Boys of Summer are Back in the Capital Region
This year's Dutchmen squad features nine players from the Capital Region and they're off to a 1-0 start following their opening day win on Saturday.
Nick Swisher Spreads Smiles, Talks Yanks in Visit to Albany
Nick Swisher's effervescent attitude is infectious and he spread smiles around to the students and residents at the Center for Disability Services
Kevin Huerter on His Decision to Stay in the NBA Draft
A day after making his decision official, Kevin Huerter joined the guys on Big Board Sports to explain the move to stay in the NBA Draft and what he's hearing about where he'll be selected.
Columbia High’s Kevin Smith Tears Up Blue Jays Class A, Gets Promoted
In 44 games, Smith hit .355 with seven home runs and 44 RBI. On top of that, Smith had a .407 on-base percentage and a 1.046 OPS.
Kevin Huerter is Staying in the NBA Draft
With the deadline to withdraw his name from next month's NBA Draft fast-approaching, Kevin Huerter has decided his time is now. The Shenendehowa grad wildly impressed NBA team brass and scouts during the combine and in private workouts.
UAlbany Season in Review & an Injury Played on Longer than Almost Anyone Knew
Connor Fields should have won the Tewaaraton Award last year as a junior and as it turns out, he did all of that with a torn ACL.