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.
Albany Empire Season Opener Will Have Star NFL Player in Attendance
As Touchdown Eddie Brown watches his number raised to the rafters at the Times Union Center, a very special guest and household name to football fans will be by his side.
Getting Ready for Opening Day & Season-Long Yankees-Red Sox Race
The Yankees-Red Sox rivalry feels like its back. Did it ever go away? Maybe, by "back" I mean the front offices seem to be dueling again. The AL East is the Yankees, Red Sox and everybody else. The way it's meant to be.
John Audino Comes Home, Ready to Lead La Salle Institute
After a couple of years away from the Capital Region, John Audino is returning to the place he has always called home. On Tuesday morning, the longtime Union head coach was formally introduced as La Salle Institute football's leading man.
Masters Preview with The Caddie, ESPN’s Michael Collins
No one brings energy and humor to the sport of golf quite like Michael Collins. The Caddie turns braggadocious from his warm, sunny spot in Florida as he visits with Big Board Sports.
Westerlo Native, War Veteran Wins Gold in Sled Hockey
Before he even turned the age of 22, Luke McDermott faced his most difficult choice in life: give up and feel sorry for himself or become the best version of his new self. In the way you would expect a Marine to do, Luke chose the latter.
UAlbany Football’s New Secret Weapon?
On Tuesday afternoon, much to the surprise of every media member on the sideline, UAlbany senior Greig Stire, who just completed his college basketball career, was in a helmet and jersey catching passes as a tight end.
Hansen & Canzeri Ready for Empire Training Camp
With training camp for the inaugural Albany Empire season starting Monday morning, local talent Wade Hansen and Jordan Canzeri have become the faces of the franchise.
On Verge of His Final Season, YES Network’s Ken Singleton on Yankees
Ken Singleton has seen great Yankees teams from the broadcast booth and while the 2018 version may not be better than those late 90s squads, this might be the most explosive lineup since the YES Network was borne.
Now That They’ve Moved Up, Where Do Jets Go From Here?
Whether or not you think the Jets gave up too much (two 2nd round picks this year and one in 2019) to move up to #3, you have to appreciate the urgency in which this front office is approaching what will be a QB-heavy top 10 in next month's draft.
Giants Draft Plans: NY Post’s Paul Schwartz Breaks It Down
Since the Jets pulled off something of a blockbuster trade to move up from the 6th pick to the 3rd in next month's draft, the Giants' spot has become all the more intriguing.
Albany Empire Sign First Two Players
With the season opener at the Times Union Center less than a month away, the Albany Empire has signed its first two players. The Arena Football League free agent signing period opened Monday morning and the Empire reeled in two Capital Region products.
Mohonasen Takes Its Shot at a State Title This Weekend
Mohon has been a surprise to some people this season, but they are further proof that playing a Suburban Council schedule all season, many games against Class AA schools, prepared them well for the playoffs.