Mitch Charette is currently the featured columnist for Duke Blue Devils basketball on Bleacher Report. You will often also find him writing predictions and analysis within the world of the NFL, NBA, MLB, college football and fantasy sports. He has also written for the fantasy sports website LestersLegends.com
As a life-long Boston sports fan, Mitch knows the glory and pain sports can bring us all, and he tries to incorporate that emotion and his love for sports into his writing. Whether it be fantasy advice, post-game analysis or the fun-witted article, you can be sure that he stands behind every word he writes. If one of Mitch's articles leads to a debate, he considers his job done—as debating is his strength.
Outside of writing, Mitch enjoys photography, beer league softball and cooking. If there is food, beer and sports—he will likely be there.
Feel free to contact Mitch for debate, advice and/or if you would like him to join a podcast or writing collaboration.
ur teams r garbage
Hope all is well Mitch, might need some FFB assistance...
Fantasy Football and a stronger Celtic team approaching, Sport life is good!
Good! I don't want you to go in hiding again when the season rolls around.
Will Mitch ever write again?
Thanks for looking me up Mitch... Where did you go to school? Just curious...you don't mention it in your well qualified Profile...
P.S. Did Gunner looked ready to lead in that spring game..?
LOL! Sorry, Mitch... jealousy set in.
Does your wife know about your profile picture? :)
What's up Mitch? Thanks for the FBB draft advise. My team is stacked thanks to your guidance. I am also a Bruins/Celtics fan from the days of McNab/Park and Maxwell/Cowens. Relatives in Worcester Mass attributed to that. Your writting is impeccable, keep the pen blazin' and good luck tonight bud.
-Mark Vlahos (NY)
I just edited your article (bleacherreport.com/articles/1091957) and noticed that the formatting afterwards looked messed up. It looked set and ready in the editor, but when I loaded the page there were paragraphs without spaces between them. I tried to get back in and fix it, but the system denied me. I contacted someone to see about getting it fixed, but I wanted to alert you and offer an apology. If you want to contact someone, too, by all means, go right ahead.
(I emailed this to you, too.)