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.
Making the Most of His Call to the Majors, Jaime Schultz Joins BBS
In his three appearances out of Tampa Bay's bullpen, Schultz has six strikeouts with an arsenal of pitches that include a fastball into the high 90s as well as a knee-buckling curveball.
Cespedes at First Base, Tebow at Citi Field? What’s Next for the Mets
Despite the lack of wins, this franchise never ceases to stay interesting. In addition to the potential Cespedes position change, Tim Tebow feels like he gets closer to the majors with every day that passes.
Former USMNT Midfielder Cobi Jones Previews World Cup Final
You might think there has been a lack of stardom with each passing round of the World Cup, but you can't deny the drama created by closely contested games often leading to late stoppage/extra time goals and shootouts.
How the Astros Rebuilt a Franchise: author Ben Reiter Joins Big Board Sports
In Ben Reiter's book Astroball: The New Way to Win It All, Reiter details how the Astros' success started at the ground level with the ValleyCats.
Countdown to Camp: Eli Manning Joins Big Board Sports
As Eli Manning gets ready for his 15th NFL season, the Giants quarterback sounds as energetic as ever behind a renewed leadership with one of the league's proudest franchises.
Bigger Need for Yankees: Pitching or First Base?
With the all-star break fast-approaching followed by the trade deadline, Brian Cashman might have more problems to solve than was originally thought only a couple of weeks ago.
Albany Empire Secure Top Seed & Arena Bowl Homefield
The regular season finale carried series postseason weight for the Albany Empire. A win would lock up the number one seed in the playoffs and a big crowd would give the Empire homefield advantage if they were to reach the Arena Bowl in three weeks.
Ninety Percent Mental: Author Scott Miller Joins Big Board Sports
Despite some injuries, the Yankees are still on pace to break the single season home run record by a team. The number to beat is 264 set by the 1997 Mariners highlighted by Ken Griffey, Jr's 56 that season.
Report from AAA: Filling the Gleyber Torres Void
When Gleyber Torres went to the disabled list with a hip strain, the Yankees lost their number nine hitter in the lineup and still one of their biggest power bats.
I Like Tim Tebow, But He’s Not an All-Star
I root for Tim Tebow and I was a gleeful passenger on his inexplicable ride to a playoff win over the Steelers as quarterback of the Broncos. That said he hasn't had the type of season that warrants an all-star game appearance in the minors.
From Worldwide Tours to Worldwide Leader: Jason Fitz Weighs In
He studied classical violin at Julliard in New York City. Toured around the world as musical director and fiddle player with country music's The Band Perry. Jason Fitz gave all that up to follow another dream of his: sports talk radio host.
NBA Free Agency Picks Up Speed with Opt-Outs
Most everything is out of place and at the same time exactly where we want it to be. If you're into uncertainty, speculation and dream scenarios that is. And who isn't?