Jeremy Gottlieb

Washington, D.C.

Multiplatform editor at Post Sports. Occasional contributor to Post Sports blog desk.

Education: Emerson College, MA in print and online journalism; Brandeis University, BA in theater arts

Jeremy Gottlieb is a multiplatform and copy editor in The Washington Post sports department. He is also an occasional contributor to the Post Sports blog desk. Previously, he served as a production editor at NBC Sports Boston; a correspondent, copy editor and digital producer at; a correspondent at the Boston Globe; a contributor at SB Nation; a correspondent at MetroWest Daily News; and a staff writer and copy/layout editor at the Eagle-Tribune.
Latest from Jeremy Gottlieb

Ex-Nationals reliever Trevor Rosenthal reportedly agrees to minor league deal with Tigers

Days after being released by Washington, the veteran reliever gets another chance in Detroit's system.

June 27, 2019

Teenage umpire warned coaches and spectators to calm down before brawl at youth baseball game

"I shouldn't have to tell a grown man how to act around little kids," Josh Cordova, 13, said of the incident that has drawn national attention.

June 22, 2019

Rockets hit contract impasse with Mike D’Antoni, the latest sign of team in turmoil

The Houston coach shut down negotiations on an extension with the team a day after its GM reportedly put the entire roster on the trading block.

May 31, 2019

Cardinals and Cubs fire up some beef on baseball’s hot stove

Kris Bryant's dig at St. Louis prompted a choice Instagram comeback from Yadier Molina, and the beef was cooking.

January 19, 2019

Gregg Popovich non-committal regarding future as coach of the Spurs

After 22 years coaching on San Antonio, one of the greatest ever may be getting ready to hang it up.

January 17, 2019

Chiefs fans celebrated first-half lead by throwing snowballs at both teams

Per NBC, Kansas City Coach Andy Reid was quite displeased.

January 12, 2019

USF’s Mazzi Wilkins says he received death threats after hit that injured McKenzie Milton

“If you watch the tape, you can tell that I felt sorry once it happened," the cornerback said. "But I got threats against my parents, against my mom under my Instagram pictures."

January 12, 2019

WNBA players, observers are not fans of NBA’s new G League plan

The G League's plan to offer "select contracts" as an alternative to the NBA's one-and-one rule would pay young players with no pro experience more than the WNBA's max salary.

October 18, 2018

Welcome back NBA: These are the must-see games for opening week

he season opens Tuesday night in Boston, as the Celtics and 76ers kick off our slate of the most intriguing matchups of the first week.

October 15, 2018

David Wright gets emotional sendoff from Mets, fans in final MLB game

The veteran third baseman was activated earlier in the week for the first time since June 2016, and he got a start Saturday night against the Marlins at Citi Field.

September 29, 2018