CONDRO: Minoso left his mark
Jackie Robinson began to blaze a trail for black baseball players to integrate Major League Baseball in 1947, but he was not alone.
CONDRO: I’m sorry about Valentine’s Day
I owe the Yale Women’s Basketball team an apology. As I was preparing to do the play-by-play for Saturday’s game against Princeton, I thought that the outlook for the Bulldogs was bleak at best.
CONDRO: Balking at the Hall
I hold three things sacred in this world: God, country and Major League Baseball (I won’t say in what order).
CONDRO: We all want to be Royals
I wasn’t alive the last time the Kansas City Royals were in the playoffs. Neither, for that matter, were 14 of the players on the Royals’ 25-man roster.
CONDRO: Dear Derek
My grandfather passed away in June at the age of 89. I’d never met my other grandfather — I’m named after him, but he died before I was even thought of — so Poppy filled a role normally held by two men.
Keys to the game
Don't pass on throwing the football, put Matthews on the ground and stand Furman