Mike Corwin
Jerry Seinfeld hijacks my final column

As the academic year draws to a close, you might want to consider the meaning of your education. Some of you probably think it has […]

NBA prospects should be wary

What do you think of when you hear the names Brandon Armstrong and Steven Hunter? Unless you’re an NCAA hoops junkie, you’ve probably got a […]

MLB’s ticket prices risk alienating fans

As Major League Baseball’s commissioner, Bud Selig has taken on many causes. His latest, at last year’s World Series, was an admirable push to make […]

Spring training ideal for optimists and pessimists

There are two ways to look at Major League Baseball’s spring training. Most fans use it as an opportunity to soak up some sun, get […]

Strong Sweet 16 field verifies CBS’s wisdom

In November 1999, CBS committed $6 billion to retain the rights to broadcast the NCAA Tournament through 2013. While I am not one to judge […]

Elis deserve packed house for Penn and Princeton

If you’re still going to be in town, what are you doing tomorrow night at 7? If you’re like most Yale students, your answer is, […]

The dream of a lifetime: Yale goes to the Big Dance

With the men’s basketball team still in the hunt for the Ivy League’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament and a mere five games remaining […]

Optimism, baseball in the air

It’s just about that time of year again. All of the newspapers have come out with their “capsules” on the Major League teams. Pitchers and […]