Joseph Healy

Author's details

Name: Joseph Healy
Date registered: October 11, 2011
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Latest posts

  1. Oh, the Places You Will Go and/or Have Been: A Trip Around US Open Qualifying — August 23, 2013
  2. Sympathy for the Devil — August 12, 2013
  3. Intentional Plunkings in Baseball Have to Stop — July 7, 2013
  4. No Need to Weep for Aging Ballplayers — June 19, 2013
  5. Haste Makes Waste, Even in Sports — April 23, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. Albert Pujols is Officially a Free Agent: Let the Panic Begin — 3 comments
  2. Wanted: Hockey Fans to Help Me See the Light — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Aug
23
2013

Oh, the Places You Will Go and/or Have Been: A Trip Around US Open Qualifying

You won’t see much coverage about them, but Joe Healy thinks there are no better stories than the players involved in US Open qualifying.

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Aug
12
2013

Sympathy for the Devil

In light of the Biogenesis scandal, Joe Healy feels (gasp!) sympathy for the disgraced Alex Rodriguez.

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Jul
07
2013

Intentional Plunkings in Baseball Have to Stop

Hitting batters to send a message is an accepted part of baseball, but Joe Healy is sick of it.

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Jun
19
2013

No Need to Weep for Aging Ballplayers

Baseball fans are often saddened by seeing their heroes hanging on too long, but Joe Healy doesn’t mind.

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Apr
23
2013

Haste Makes Waste, Even in Sports

Everyone in sports is set on speeding up the games we love so much, but Joe Healy isn’t sure why.

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Mar
26
2013

Change in Attitude Needed if US is Ever to Succeed in WBC

Team USA says they are all about winning in the World Baseball Classic, but their attitude says otherwise.

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Mar
05
2013

The Sports Card Industry Has Changed for Good

Card companies have gone away from catering to kids, but don’t mourn for the hobby, or for kids.

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Feb
07
2013

Let’s Talk About Super Bowl Commercials

Joe Healy is tired of hearing that this year was a bad year for Super Bowl commercials. He wants to set the record straight.

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