Hannah Keyser, Yahoo Sports

Hannah Keyser

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Past articles by Hannah:

'It’s not his fault Phil Castellini is a jackass': Fans of Reds, Pirates, Orioles and A’s sound off about their teams’ losing ways

We wanted to hear if supporters of four MLB teams in various stages of losing feel alienated by the franchises they love. → Read More

From 13-year-old phenom to fireballing major leaguer, Hunter Greene takes his star turn

The Reds' young ace has been compared to LeBron James, Doc Gooden and Cal Ripken. For now, he wants to make his own mark. → Read More

Unlocked: MLB, players strike labor deal that will enable full 2022 baseball season

There will be a baseball season, and a full, 162-game one at that. → Read More

MLB lockout: League economic proposals make little headway with players

MLB's proposals in the first significant negotiations since the lockout began didn't foster optimism that a deal would be reached anytime soon. → Read More

Where did all the stars go? MLB's brightest lights are out for the playoffs

None of MLB's likely MVP contenders made the playoffs, highlighting a quandary for a sport seeking to enliven a new generation of viewers. → Read More

Team USA again loses softball gold medal to Japan

Japan blanked Team USA 2-0 in a repeat of the Americans' 2008 gold medal loss. → Read More

Another health issue is rearing its head at the Tokyo Olympics: heat and humidity

Already under strict COVID protocols, athletes and organizers are also having to creative to cool off, and some aren't happy about it. → Read More

First Olympic beach volleyball match canceled after positive COVID test

A Czech player became the sixth member of her country's Olympic team to test positive since arriving in Tokyo. → Read More

Public job, public skepticism: Is Alex Cora really the best manager the Red Sox could find?

Alex Cora and A.J. Hinch are walking, talking distractions after the Astros' sign-stealing scandal. But the Red Sox and Tigers didn't see any need to try new candidates. → Read More

Before they save baseball, the unapologetically fun Padres had to save their season

The San Diego Padres, made for a rowdy, adoring crowd, saved their magical 2020 season for at least one more day. → Read More

Turn down the fake crowd noise! Let's hear what MLB's weird postseason actually sounds like

A recorded hum of normal crowd sounds was great for lazy summer baseball. The postseason begs for a different approach. → Read More

The more the merrier? MLB players, coaches on whether 16 playoff teams are too many

Players and coaches enter unprecedented expanded postseason with a mostly positive take on the wide-open field. → Read More

Philadelphia's Phandemic Krew won't let a baseball season pass without cheering on their team

The coronavirus pandemic keeps them from going into Citizens Bank Park to root on the Phillies. But this dedicated troupe of fans is still at the game every night. → Read More

Ruling on the rules: Should MLB keep the runner-on-second rule in extra innings?

The question is simple: Should this temporary rule stick around permanently? → Read More

The Iron Man ovation: Baltimore's 22-minute appreciation of Cal Ripken Jr., 25 years later

Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou Gehrig's Iron Man record 25 years ago. And on that long-awaited night in Baltimore, Orioles fans saluted him with an astounding 22-minute standing ovation. → Read More

Yankees-Rays beef serves up great drama for baseball. It doesn't need a side of beanballs

Baseball beef is good. But the Yankees and Rays don't need to throw at each other to give us the drama of a rivalry. → Read More

Amid a day of racial injustice protests in MLB, Jack Flaherty calls for greater unity

With walkouts postponing games across MLB over two days, there has still been a less unified front supporting Black players than in other sports. → Read More

Life in 'Slam Diego': Don Orsillo explains the fervor around Fernando Tatis Jr. and the Padres

Are the upstart San Diego Padres as fun as broadcaster Don Orsillo makes them sound? Apparently yes. → Read More

What is Thom Brennaman sorry for if not that he’s the kind of person who uses homophobic slurs?

Reds announcer Thom Brennaman's useless apology announced to the world that he is not reflecting on, or learning from, uttering a gay slur on TV. → Read More

How many sidelined teams and schedule disruptions can MLB's 2020 season withstand?

As a positive test on the Cincinnati Reds postpones a new set of games, MLB's schedule is becoming more imbalanced and unrealistic. → Read More