Jonah Keri currently:
- Writes about baseball for CBS Sports and Sports Illustrated
- Podcasts about baseball, other sports, and all sorts of topics for the Nerdist Network
- Can be reached on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
Books: Jonah has written some books.
Writing: Jonah served as Lead Baseball Writer for Grantland from 2011 to 2015. He has also covered baseball and other sports for ESPN, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Baseball Prospectus, Bloomberg Sports, FanGraphs, and many other publications. Prior to becoming a sportswriter, he covered the stock market for 11 years at Investors Business Daily.
Television: Jonah has been a regular analyst on ESPN’s Baseball Tonight and has made appearances on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Olbermann, MLB Network, SportsCenter, FOX, TSN, and Sportsnet.
Jonah was born and raised in Montreal. He now lives in Denver. In between, he has lived in D.C., Los Angeles, Seattle, and New Hampshire.
Some of Jonah’s favorite past work
- Those Damn Millenials: Why Goose Gossage, and Everyone, Should Lay Off (CBS)
- Meet the Man Who Gave Money Away to Anyone Who Asked (GQ)
- Podcast with Michael Schur (Grantland)
- Baseball’s Big Three (Grantland)
- Seven Days in Flushing (Grantland)
- A Culmination in Cooperstown (Grantland)
- Eephus Influence (Grantland)
- Suit Up: How MLB Mentors Pay It Forward, One Lesson (and Shopping Spree) at a Time (Grantland)
- Podcast with Pedro Martinez (Grantland)
- The Evolution of the Cuban Baseball Pipeline (Grantland)
- Podcast with Luke Edwards (Grantland)
- Grantland Dictionary: Baseball Edition
- The Growing Legend of Clayton Kershaw (Grantland)
- Grand Theft Baseball (Grantland); winner of the 2014 Society of American Baseball Research (SABR) Analytics Conference Research Award for Contemporary Baseball Commentary
- The New Springfield Nine (Grantland)
- Farewell to the Kid (Grantland)
- Gary Carter and the Meaning of Memories (JonahKeri.com)
- R.I.P., Pascual Perez: The Ultimate ‘80s ‘Perimeter’ Player (Grantland)
- Game 6 Revisited: How Did This Happen? (Grantland)
- A Not-So-Brief History of Pitching Injuries (JonahKeri.com)
- Does Baseball Need Umpires? Part 1 and Part 2 (Wall Street Journal)
- Cheating Death (JonahKeri.com)
- Late Bloomer or Dirty Cheater? (New York Magazine)
- Au Revoir, Mes Amours (Baseball Prospectus)