ROSENBERG: The price of winning: nothing

In the wake of the hockey team's Frozen Four triumph, students are asking the wrong question: “Do you think this will encourage Yale to invest more in athletics?”

ROSENBERG: Damn Yankees

There should be a salary cap in baseball, although not necessarily to level the playing field.

ROSENBERG: Embrace the madness

I have to be honest: I don’t watch much television, but I was basically glued to the couch for the first four days of March Madness.

ROSENBERG: Fridays and Saturdays at Lee

For the past three years, I have announced Yale men’s basketball games for WYBC student radio.

Rosenberg: Justice for All-Americans

My attention was recently drawn to a TED talk given by Bryan Stevenson, a professor at NYU Law School.

ROSENBERG | Soccer’s modern problem

Sport, and soccer in general (since it is the world’s game), is meant to unify people on a macro-scale.

ROSENBERG: The Ten Commandments, revisited

The list of Division I, Orthodox Jewish college basketball players is short — precisely three names long.

Rosenberg: Introducing the Comeback Index

When I was a (younger) boy, my father and I devised a statistic to quantify comeback victories in playoff baseball: The Comeback Index. Stick with me while I explain it.

ROSENBERG: A measure of greatness

The Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens’ thriller last weekend was the kind of game where the first comment in any discussion about it is a simultaneous, “That was a great game,” because it undoubtedly was.

ROSENBERG: The other ‘Moneyball’

One of my favorite sports stories in recent memory came on April 5, 2010, when No. 5 seed Butler played mighty Duke in one of the best-ever March Madness finales.

ROSENBERG: Brain Power

Did anyone else watch the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football this week?

ROSENBERG: To run or not to run

For the first time in its 43-year history, the annual New York City Marathon was canceled. But you might not have known it had you been in Central Park on Sunday morning, where several thousand marathoners — running for charities, causes, personal pride or the good of the city — took to the Park to […]