Andy Andres

Andy Andres is a diehard Red Sox fan who lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with his wife, Kate, and their three children, Maddie, Aubree, and Griffin. When not spending time coaching and playing softball, he teaches biology at Boston University and Harvard College. He plays P/3B for The Jumbo’s Peanut Surprise in various Tufts Softball Leagues, and has been schooled at Universities Brown, Harvard, and Tufts. He teaches what is likely the first ever college course in Baseball Analysis and Sabermetrics at Tufts University with David Tybor and Morgan Melchiorre.

 

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  • Can Stephen Jay Gould’s theory explain why there were no batting Triple Crowns in MLB for 45 years?
  • The 1967 AL Pennant Race: The 30,315,229 to 1 Possibility

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