ROSENBERG: The price of winning: nothing

April 24, 2013
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

April 3, 2013
There should be a salary cap in baseball, although not necessarily to level the playing field.

ROSENBERG: Embrace the madness

March 27, 2013
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

February 27, 2013
For the past three years, I have announced Yale men’s basketball games for WYBC student radio.

Rosenberg: Justice for All-Americans

February 21, 2013
My attention was recently drawn to a TED talk given by Bryan Stevenson, a professor at NYU Law School.

ROSENBERG | Soccer’s modern problem

February 6, 2013
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

February 1, 2013
The list of Division I, Orthodox Jewish college basketball players is short — precisely three names long.

Rosenberg: Introducing the Comeback Index

January 23, 2013
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

January 16, 2013
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’

November 28, 2012
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

November 15, 2012
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

November 7, 2012
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 »