Andrew Sharp

Andrew Sharp grew up in the D.C. area as a fan of Washington Senators I and II, and spent 30-plus years in the wilderness as a New York Mets fan before happily regaining a Washington team to support. A retired newspaper editor, he began writing BioProject essays in 2017 and has written SABR’s ownership histories of the Griffith era and the expansion Senators. He charts minor-league games on a freelance basis for Baseball Info Solutions.


SABR BioProject biographies written by Andrew Sharp

  • Chuck Brinkman
  • Clyde Kluttz
  • Curly Ogden
  • Dick Phillips
  • Duke Maas
  • Earl McNeely
  • Earl Smith
  • Ed Brinkman
  • Ellis Clary
  • George Brunet
  • George Jeffcoat
  • Hal Jeffcoat
  • Jack Dalton
  • Jack Ogden
  • Jackie Price

SABR Games Project stories written by Andrew Sharp

  • March 30, 2008: Ryan Zimmerman sends D.C. fans home happy with walk-off homer in Nationals Park debut
  • June 9, 2007: Battered Rule 5 draft pick Speigner bests Twins’ Santana
  • September 7, 2005: Dontrelle Willis becomes first Marlins pitcher to win 20 games
  • August 9, 1967: Reliever’s 10 shutout innings help Senators outlast Twins
  • May 8, 1963: Don Lock’s 13th-inning grand slam wins it for Senators
  • September 12, 1962: Tom Cheney strikes out a record 21 batters
  • July 13, 1954: Senators rookie Dean Stone doesn’t retire a batter, but wins All-Star Game for American League
  • May 11, 1919: Walter Johnson retires 28 in a row as 12-inning shutout ends in a tie

SABR Journal Articles written by Andrew Sharp

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SABR Research Topics written by Andrew Sharp 

  • Washington Senators I team ownership history
  • Washington Senators II team ownership history

SABR Research Articles written by Andrew Sharp 

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SABR Ballparks written by Andrew Sharp 

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