Andrew Shen

  • joined May 08, 2013
  • last login Apr 17, 2014
  • posts 14
  • comments 17

Likes baseball, more than a number of other things.

A Fan Of...

  • MLB New York Mets
  • NCAAF Stanford Cardinal
  • Cycling Mike Trout
User Blog

Koji Uehara's Strikeout to Walk Ratio

It's an outlier, in a good way.

Remembering Jayson Werth

Jayson Werth looked like a complete bust when he first got to Washington, but over the last calendar year has been one of the best hitters in baseball.

Are the Indians done?

Dave Cameron highlights how Ryan Raburn and others have overachieved for Cleveland. When those players come back to earth, will the Indians fade? Or do they have enough other talent to stay in the race?

The New York Yankees and Never Selling

The Yankees are once again rumored to be active at the trade deadline. Is Alfonso Soriano a good fit, or should they actually consider selling for once?

Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Calling Games

Jarrod Saltalamacchia shares his insights on catching with FanGraph's David Laurila. How important is a catcher's pitching-calling decisions, and can we quantify them?

Jeff Francoeur's Fate and Yasiel Puig's Future

Jeff Francoeur was just released by the Royals, while Yasiel Puig is still lighting the world on fire. In 2005, excitement around "The Natural" was similar to Puig-mania. Is the comparison fair?

The Curious Case of Gerrit Cole

Looking into Gerrit Cole's paltry strikeout rate, in comparison with Shelby Miller's equally fastball-heavy approach.

Matt Carpenter and Divergent Skills

Examining how Matt Carpenter became one of the game's best leadoff hitters.

Revisiting Dom Brown, Considering Brandon Belt

Should Brandon Belt take a page out of Dom Brown's book to aggressive hitting?

Kelly Johnson's Revival

Evaluating Jonah Keri's view on how the Rays are using Kelly Johnson.


Dom Brown, Walks, and Keeping Your Job

To say that Domonic Brown has employed a new approach towards hitting would imply that he had an old approach to begin with. But Brown hasn't been in the major leagues for all that long- strengths...


Darvish, Moore, and the Elements of Control

Heading into the 2012 season, many people were anxious to see how talented rookies Yu Darvish and Matt Moore would perform. Darvish was advertised as the best Asian pitching import this side of H...


Lucas Duda, Small Donkey

Lucas Duda looks like a power hitter. He attempts to smile for his ESPN photo, but halfway through realizes how disingenuous it feels, and settles on an awkward smirk that more closely resembles a...


Andrew Cashner Isn't That Good

The book on Andrew Cashner always seems to be a simple one: he is rarely healthy, but when he is... watch out. A sub-chapter of that book is that Padres have been reluctant to commit to him as a...

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