Mike Menitove
Three years later, one spirited senior still waits for repeat

Was it really just a fluke? That’s the question that has dogged a Yale men’s basketball team that has underachieved since the Bulldogs captured a […]

Elis’ fate may be decided this Saturday

Most teams don’t have to make their last stand during their first conference game, but that’s exactly what the Yale men’s basketball team has to […]

MLB teams not getting bang for their big bucks

This is the exact opposite of last year. In an offseason that’s made no sense to me, several MLB teams have managed to empty their […]

Giants show rebuilding is not as bad as it sounds

So, THIS is rebuilding. As a New York sports fan, I always wondered what that word really meant. Seriously, rebuilding is something that New York […]

Want to win The Game? Here’s how fans can help

Yale football is on the verge of making history — but not the good kind. In arguably the most storied college football rivalry, a Yale […]

No, it doesn’t matter, but Harvard still sucks

On paper, the Princeton-Yale rivalry should mean more. After all, with 126 games played since 1873, this matchup is the second-oldest in all of college […]

NFL midseason report: NFC is not up to par

The NFL always catches me off-guard. After baseball’s postseason and the necessary weeklong (maybe longer this year) recovery period, suddenly we’re mid-way through the football […]

Boston won, but was the curse real?

On the surface, the end of “The Curse” still doesn’t make any sense to me. I’m going to try to avoid getting too judgmental again, […]

Play-calling leaves nothing but disbelief

The Yale football team’s 17-7 loss to Penn Saturday was arguably the most frustrating Yale sporting event I have ever attended. And that’s saying something. […]

The Yankees lose, and it really hurts

Boston 10, New York 3. This is a nightmare. At any moment, I’m hoping to wake up and discover that it’s Sunday morning and the […]

For this Yankees fan, radio and cell do the trick

Baseball makes people do desperate things, especially in the playoffs. That’s really all I can say to explain how I found myself clinging to my […]