About me

Hi, I’m Keith Law, Senior Baseball Writer at ESPN.com. If you’d like to read my thoughts on baseball, check out my ESPN.com columns (as well as some in Spanish) and my ESPN.com chats; the latter have moved here to the dish as of September 2015. This site is for my own miscellaneous thoughts and ramblings that don’t fit on ESPN, including thoughts on food, literature, boardgames, and other media. I’ll also post updates here on chat times, TV/radio appearances, and occasionally links to my articles at ESPN.com if they’re hard to find otherwise.

Before joining ESPN.com in June of 2006, I spent just over four years as the Special Assistant to the GM of the Toronto Blue Jays, and prior to that had written for Baseball Prospectus. I graduated from Harvard College in 1994, and received an MBA from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon in 1999, earning Beta Gamma Sigma honors at the latter. I live in Delaware with my family, having fled New England after one winter too many, spending a few years in between living in Chandler, Arizona.

I’ve also written a few pieces on boardgames for Paste magazine, all of which can be found via this index page. I’ve also written about gaming for Vulture and for Ars Technica; about a variety of topics for mental floss; and even once ranked the Orphan Black clones for BBC America.