Jane Leavy Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Jane Leavy

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Jane Leavy quotes: When my father realized he was going blind, he took up golf. When my father realized he was going blind, he took up golf.
Jane Leavy quotes: News writing and sports writing have become synonymous. And it started with, you know, free agency, and now it's in the concussion debate. News writing and sports writing have become synonymous. And it started with, you know, free agency, and now it's in the concussion debate.
Jane Leavy quotes: By the time I joined the 'Washington Post' sports staff in 1979, Red's Runyonesque notion of sports writing was obsolete. By the time I joined the 'Washington Post' sports staff in 1979, Red's Runyonesque notion of sports writing was obsolete.
Jane Leavy quotes: Naming is a privilege of reason and the province of bullies. We name to tame and to maim; to honor the great, the dead, and ourselves. Naming is a privilege of reason and the province of bullies. We name to tame and to maim; to honor the great, the dead, and ourselves.
Jane Leavy quotes: Indianapolis proved to be the perfect Super Bowl city, accommodating in the truest sense of the word. Indianapolis proved to be the perfect Super Bowl city, accommodating in the truest sense of the word.
Jane Leavy quotes: Trauma is not the sole province of victims. If that were true, soldiers returning from Afghanistan wouldn't suffer from PTSD. Trauma is not the sole province of victims. If that were true, soldiers returning from Afghanistan wouldn't suffer from PTSD.
Jane Leavy quotes: Sports journalism is in the midst of an identity crisis so profound that we no longer know whether we're made up of one word or two. Sports journalism is in the midst of an identity crisis so profound that we no longer know whether we're made up of one word or two.
Jane Leavy quotes: The modern era of Cape Cod baseball dawned in 1963 when the league became a showcase for the collegiate elite. The modern era of Cape Cod baseball dawned in 1963 when the league became a showcase for the collegiate elite.