Andrew Sohn

Height: 5-11 Weight: 185
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Born: Royal Oak, Michigan
Resides: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
High School: Brother Rice (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan)
College: Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, Michigan – “Broncos”)
Draft: 6th – STL – 2014
Born: 5/8/93 Opening Night Age: 25
Classification: LS-2

Career Highlights: Fifth season of professional baseball and second with the Goldeyes…re-signed by the Goldeyes on 2/5/18…originally signed by the Goldeyes on 4/24/17…member of the Goldeyes’ 2017 American Association championship team…career .261 hitter with 18 home runs and 108 RBI in 281 games played…160 career runs scored with 34 doubles, four triples, 64 stolen bases, and 100 walks…career .343 on-base percentage…career .934 fielding percentage at shortstop (160 games), .952 at third base (54 games), and .977 at second base (45 games)…has reached the Double-A level twice in his career…drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the sixth round in 2014…appeared in a Major League spring training game for the Cardinals in 2016…ranks tied for second on Goldeyes’ single-season list with 88 runs scored in 2017…2017 American Association Postseason All-Star Shortstop…tied Goldeyes’ single-game record with six base hits on 7/15/17 vs. Kansas City…played college baseball at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan…hit a combined .307 for the Broncos in 146 collegiate games from 2012-14 with 76 runs scored, 76 RBI, and 36 stolen bases…earned Mid-America Conference All-Conference honours during sophomore season in 2013…majored in Marketing…played in the Northwoods League for the Alexandria Blue Anchors in 2013, hitting .349 with five home runs, 30 RBI, and 24 stolen bases in 56 games…earned Northwoods League “Big Stick” award at shortstop for posting highest batting average at his position…played at Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan where he also lettered in ice hockey…father, Ray, also played baseball at Western Michigan University…full name is Andrew Brenny Sohn

Winnipeg (American Association/Ind.): Hit .302 for the Goldeyes with 11 home runs and 45 RBI in 96 games…scored 88 runs with 15 doubles, two triples, 30 stolen bases, and 44 walks…finished with a .379 on-base percentage and a .436 slugging percentage…hit .333 with runners in scoring position…voted American Association Postseason All-Star Shortstop…tied for first in the American Association in runs scored and tied for seventh in stolen bases…88 runs scored are also tied for second on the Goldeyes’ single-season list…led all American Association shortstops with 425 total chances…hit safely in 69 of 96 games…had 31 multi-hit games, including nine 3-hit games, two 4-hit games, and one 6-hit game…named American Association Batter of the Week for July 10th-16th and again for July 31st-August 6th…3-for-4 with two runs, double, home run, and four RBI on 5/30 vs. Sioux Falls…had 8-game hitting streak from 6/6-6/14 (13-for-34, .382)…had 9-game hitting streak from 6/17-6/25 (17-for-36, .472)…4-for-4 with two runs, double, home run, and RBI on 6/17 vs. St. Paul…had 7-game hitting streak from 7/4-7/11 (10-for-34, .294)…homered in three consecutive games from 7/13-7/15 (three total home runs)…tied a Goldeyes’ single-game record with six hits, while scoring two runs, hitting a home run, and picking up a career-high seven RBI on 7/15 vs. Kansas City…had 17-game hitting streak from 7/17-8/7 (32-for-74, .432)…scored three runs while going 3-for-5 with two home runs and three RBI on 7/19 vs. St. Paul…scored three runs and went 4-for-5 with double, home run, and two RBI on 8/6 at Gary SouthShore…helped Goldeyes win American Association championship…8-for-31 (.258) with five runs scored, two doubles, one home run, and six RBI in eight playoff games…drew game-tying, bases loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game Four of the American Association Division Series on 9/10 vs. Lincoln

Springfield (Texas/AA/St. Louis): Appeared in 10 games for the Cardinals, going 8-for-28 (.286) with one RBI…scored three runs with two doubles and three walks…hit safely in six of 10 games…2-for-4 with run scored and double on 7/20 vs. Arkansas…helped the Cardinals reach the Texas League playoffs

Palm Beach (Florida State/A+/St. Louis): Hit .194 with three home runs and 22 RBI for the Cardinals in 72 games…scored 21 runs with four doubles, 13 stolen bases, and 32 walks…had seven multi-hit games…2-for-3 with home run and two RBI on 4/29 at St. Lucie…2-for-3 with two runs scored, home run, and RBI on 7/11 at Lakeland…had three RBI while going 2-for-4 with run scored and double on 8/3 at Charlotte…had 7-game hitting streak from 8/13-8/20 (8-for-24, .333)

Springfield (Texas/AA/St. Louis): Appeared in four games for the Cardinals in first experience at the Double-A level…went 2-for-4 (.500)

Palm Beach (Florida State/A+/St. Louis): Appeared in nine games for the Cardinals, going 3-for-29 (.103) with three RBI…had two stolen bases and two walks…2-for-4 with two RBI on 8/24 vs. Bradenton…helped the Cardinals reach the Florida State League playoffs

Peoria (Midwest/A/St. Louis): Hit .256 with three home runs and 33 RBI for the Chiefs in 79 games…scored 41 runs with 12 doubles, one triple, 19 stolen bases, and 18 walks…hit safely in 47 of 79 games…had 16 multi-hit games, including four 3-hit games…had four RBI while going 2-for-3 with two runs and a double on 4/18 vs. Wisconsin…had 14-game hitting streak from 7/1-7/29 (21-for-53, .396)…had three RBI while going 2-for-4 on 7/24 vs. Kane County…2-for-3 with home run and three RBI on 7/28 at Wisconsin…3-for-5 with two runs and two RBI on 8/19 vs. Beloit…helped the Chiefs reach the Midwest League playoffs

State College (New York-Penn/A-/St. Louis): Appeared in 11 games for the Spikes, going 12-for-37 (.324) with one home run and four RBI during rookie professional season…scored seven runs with one double, one triple, and one walk…hit safely in eight of 11 games…had three multi-hit games, including one 3-hit game…made professional debut on 6/15 at Williamsport, scoring a run…first professional hit was also first professional home run and RBI on 6/21 at Jamestown…3-for-4 with run scored on 7/3 at Batavia…helped Spikes win the New York-Penn League championship

Rick Forney on Andrew Sohn: I’m really pleased to announce the return of both Andrew and Jordan (Ebert). Both players were very important pieces in our championship run. Andrew is coming off a fantastic season that saw him named to the Postseason All-Star Team. He has a dynamic offensive skill set, and I’m hoping he can repeat his success.