James Schapiro is a sports columnist editor for The Herald.

Articles by James Schapiro (70)


Schapiro ’19: Slam the door on conventional wisdom

October 28, 2016 Comments are Disabled

So far, MLB’s postseason has been rife with stories.


Schapiro ’19: Let’s be clear … and convincing

October 21, 2016 Comments are Disabled

When Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez was called out at the plate in game four of the NLCS, he immediately signaled to his dugout for a challenge.


Schapiro ’19: Even-year reality

October 14, 2016 Comments are Disabled

As a New York Mets fan, I’m fairly used to picking a new playoff team to root for every October.


Schapiro ’19: Major League Baseball postseason gets wild

October 7, 2016 Comments are Disabled

MLB’s ordinary postseason has begun: The wild-card games are over, which means that fans of both losing teams are understandably upset.

Schapiro ’19: Miami and baseball lose a hero


Schapiro ’19: Miami and baseball lose a hero

September 30, 2016 Comments are Disabled

When I awoke Sunday morning to the news that José Fernández had been killed in a boating accident off Miami Beach, I didn’t know how to react.


Schapiro ’19: Anyone but Trout is a fish out of water

September 23, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The word “valuable” can mean many different things, especially in baseball, which requires a multitude of different skills to compete successfully.


Schapiro ’18: Dear Rob Manfred, don’t ruin baseball

September 16, 2016 Comments are Disabled

As seems to happen every year as the end of baseball season approaches, the conversation has once again turned to MLB commissioner Rob Manfred.

Stagnant offense gets softball swept


Stagnant offense gets softball swept

April 25, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The softball team has outperformed expectations this season and played better than its record indicates, but it seems the team simply cannot catch a break.

Will Gural ’16 has been a key offensive weapon for the Bears, recording two goals and two assists in an upset win against then-top-ranked Yale.


Gural ’16 kickstarts fast-paced offense for men’s lacrosse

April 22, 2016 Comments are Disabled

In 2013 and 2014, the men’s lacrosse team had two middle-of-the-pack, 8-6 seasons. Then Will Gural ’16 took over as the team’s face-off man.

Christina Andrews ‘17 bats against Dartmouth over the weekend. The junior had five hits in the four-game series, but her offensive efforts weren’t enough to propel Bruno to a victory over a strong Dartmouth side.


Dartmouth sweeps softball into last

April 18, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The Big Green (22-10, 12-0) who swept the Bears (16-16, 5-7 Ivy), maintaining its perfect Ivy record and sending Bruno to last in the North division.

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