About Mark Healey

Mark Healey has been an editor, writer and broadcaster since 1996 for a variety of media outlets.  Currently, he is the Managing Editor of The Wave newspaper in Rockaway, NY.

He is also the founding editor of Gotham Baseball magazine, which was named Best New Sports Magazine by Amazon.com in 2005., and is part of the permanent archive at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s A. Bartlett Giamatti Research Center in Cooperstown, NY.

As Editor-in-Chief of “Going 9 Baseball” , he spent 2010-2014 as the host of “Going 9 Fantasy Baseball” on SiriusXM’s Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87).  He also served as the first-ever Online Editor for Baseball Digest magazine (Dec 2009 – Feb. 2012), which has been in publication since 1942, making it the oldest, continuously published baseball magazine in the United States.

A sports writer at the Associated Press from 1998-2006, he has been a guest analyst on dozens of national and local sports programs.


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    [...] Mark Healey is the Online Editor for Baseball Digest. He is the host of “Baseball Digest Fantasy Baseball” on SiriusXM, and the “Baseball Digest LIVE” podcast. He is also the founder of Gotham Baseball, whose entire print run is available for viewing at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. [...]

    [...] About Mark Healey [...]

    Mock Draft Reflections | RotoValue said:
    February 24, 2013 at 2:12 am

    [...] I did a mock draft online, which was quite an experience. First, I’d like to thank Mark Healy of http://www.going9baseball.com/ for inviting me to participate. It was fast and fun – we [...]

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