The Condro Curse

March 26, 2015 • 0
I’m sorry y’all, but it’s my fault.

CONDRO: The difference three years makes

March 15, 2015 • 0
As I walked out of the Palestra on Saturday night, I sensed that these Bulldogs have a lot of fight left in them, and that they have a lot of basketball left to play.

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Keys to the game

March 13, 2015 • 0
For Yale to come away with its first March Madness berth in 53 years, it will need solid outings from its frontcourt, to remain confident knowing it is far from an underdog, and to keep shooting — and making — threes.

CONDRO: Minoso left his mark

March 4, 2015 • 0
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

February 18, 2015 • 0
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: A shadow cast on Super Bowl XLIX

February 4, 2015 • 0
The Super Bowl left a bad taste in my mouth. It wasn’t because the Patriots won.

CONDRO: Balking at the Hall

January 15, 2015 • 0
I hold three things sacred in this world: God, country and Major League Baseball (I won’t say in what order).

Harvard killed the dinosaurs

November 21, 2014 • 0
I have a confession: My mother went to Harvard.

CONDRO: Don’t bet on it

November 5, 2014 • 0
I read the email from my girlfriend’s cousin and couldn’t help but laugh.

CONDRO: Leading the Noles astray

October 21, 2014 • 0
Jameis Winston has two resumes.

CONDRO: We all want to be Royals

October 14, 2014 • 0
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

October 2, 2014 • 0
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.