Andy Andres, Ph.D. is a Data Analyst and Market Watch Columnist for Ron Shandler’s BaseballHQ.com where he writes about the value of players for the various games of fantasy baseball. He updated and edited the second edition of Art McGee’s classic book on fantasy player valuation, “How to Value Players for Rotisserie Baseball.” In his day job, he is an Assistant Professor of Natural Science and teaches biology, physics, and natural science to Boston University students. He also teaches one of the first ever college courses in Sabermetrics offered at Tufts University where he is a Visiting Lecturer in Sabermetrics. He just finished a 17-year run as a Harvard Biology Tutor teaching a seminar in Exercise Science and Physiology to Harvard College Biology Majors. Andy is currently working on a book on the physiology and biochemistry of baseball that has been inspired by the various lectures he has given on the impact of steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs have had on the game of baseball. Andy is a diehard Red Sox Fan and lives in Cambridge, MA with his wife, Kate, and their three children, Maddie, Aubree, and Griffin. He also plays 1B/3B for the Jumbo’s Peanut Surprise in various Tufts Softball Leagues, and has been schooled at Universities Brown, Harvard, and Tufts.