Jonah Keri Bio
Jonah Keri is a Canadian journalist, sportswriter, and editor. He is also a New York Timesbestselling author. He was arrested in assaulting to his wife.
Jonah Keri’s lawyer: please tell me this is not the defense you’re going with in court. “Death threats are sometimes said in a moment of anger especially when there’s an emotional situation of divorce and you’re seeing your family go down the drain.”https://t.co/2AQJoI4yjO
— John Smolenski (@jsmolenski) July 19, 2019
Jonah Keri Age
He is 45 years old.
Jonah Keri Wife
The Journalist Jonah Keri has kept his personal life as a secret and as well as away from social media. He hasn’t provided any information about it as he only wants to focus on his career rather than giving time to his personal affairs. Through this information, he is currently single and obtains a low profile when it comes to relationships and dating. He has neither married nor does he have any kids.
Our statement regarding Jonah Keri. pic.twitter.com/7JXDnbwefX
— The Athletic HQ (@TheAthletic) July 19, 2019
Jonah Keri Early life
Growing up, Keri was an avid fan of the Montreal Expos, something he attributes to his grandfathers’ love of baseball. He remains one today despite the team’s 2005 relocation to Washington to become the Washington Nationals.
Jonah KeriEarly Career
Keri worked as a summer intern at the Montreal Gazette.
Jonah Keri Education
He graduated from Concordia University’s journalism program in 1997.
@Nicole_Cliffe Oooof please disregard my suggestion that you and Jonah Keri do a podcast together. I’ve never had a tweet age so poorly so quickly.
— Nathan Hunter (@ChefNate52) July 19, 2019
Jonah Keri Career
Keri is mostly known for writing about baseball, though he has also covered other sports as well as business and entertainment. His writing has appeared on ESPN.com, The Wall Street Journal, FanGraphs, GQ, The Huffington Post, The New York Times, Bloomberg Sports, Baseball Prospectus, Investor’s Business Daily, Sports Illustrated, Grantland, FiveThirtyEight, CBSSports.com, The Athletic and Sportsnet.
Jonah Keri’s lawyer, on the alleged death threats more or less confirm Keri did threaten to kill his wife *and* that he’s got a terrible lawyer pic.twitter.com/WVtUnclHmh
— Bradford William Davis (@_beewilly) July 19, 2019
Keri co-wrote and edited the book Baseball Between the Numbers: Why Everything You Know About the Game Is Wrong. He also wrote the New York Times Bestseller The Extra 2%: How Wall Street Strategies Took a Major League Baseball Team from Worst to First, about the Tampa Bay Rays.
In March 2014, he published Up, Up, and Away: The Kid, the Hawk, Rock, Vladi, Pedro, le Grand Orange, Youppi!, the Crazy Business of Baseball, and the Ill-fated but Unforgettable Montreal Expos, which details the franchise history of the Expos. The book was a No. 1 Canadian bestseller.
Keri hosts a podcast, where he interviews notable personalities from sports and entertainment, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal. The Jonah Keri Podcast can be found at CBSSports.com and on iTunes.
Keri also appeared as himself during the first season of the IFC series Brockmire in the episode titled “Old Timers Day.”
Jonah Keri Arrest and criminal charges, Assaulting Wife
Keri was arrested for allegedly assaulting his wife on July 18, 2019. He was granted bail the next day after being charged with three counts of assault causing bodily harm and uttering death threats. Court documents said the alleged attacks took place on July 2018, May 2019, and July 2019. The couple married on July 2018. Hours after his court appearance, The Athletic announced Keri was suspended “pending further information.”
— Bobby (@m_waddams) July 19, 2019
Jonah Keri Twitter
He closed his twitter account
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