Joel Jacob McKeon
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 0", Weight 185 lb.
- School Miami Dade Community College North
- High School South Broward High School
- Debut May 6, 1986
- Final Game July 10, 1987
- Born February 25, 1963 in Covington, KY USA
McKeon had one career major league save. He pitched the last two outs of a 1986 White Sox's 6-4 win over the Oakland Athletics. He got Mike Davis to ground out and Tony Phillips to fly out to preserve the victory.
McKeon had planned to play in Italy's Serie A1 in 1992 but his contract fell through. Instead, he signed with the Brasschaat Braves of Belgium's First Division; his catcher had trouble dealing with McKeon's pitches, which were faster and more mobile than those offered by Belgian pitchers. McKeon went unbeaten in three seasons in Belgium, helping his club win three straight titles. He managed the Belgian national team in the 1993 European Championship and 1995 European Championship. He was a replacement player for the Florida Marlins during spring training in 1995.