Andrew Keh

Andrew Keh

@andrewkeh

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@nytimes sports reporter, andrew.keh@nytimes.com

New York
Joined on May 11, 2009
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Man. Bought one or two books from this guy in college but more than that just enjoyed seeing him in the same spot day after day. Didn’t know his name or story. Happy to learn a bit about him now: https://t.co/X1hKTAekbP

As we ponder the reopening of leagues and the loosening of regulations, several athletes who had the coronavirus — pros, college kids and weekend runners — told me about their symptoms, both physical and mental, and their attempts to return to sports: https://t.co/HM9Oi0oDQ5

“It’s just like a skateboard palace, honestly.” Cool project and visual presentation, talking to a dozen skaters about what it's like right now in the eerily empty streets of New York: https://t.co/88S7nV4Cg5

“Footballers are tested more than doctors working in hospitals,” said the president of Sporting Lisbon, who happens to be a military doctor. “For me that’s really stupid, it’s political. I understand it politically, but scientifically this is ridiculous.” https://t.co/SXukVMtpdf

If the U.S. began lockdowns earlier in March, 36,000 Lives Could have been saved, Data Show https://t.co/aIWMHNfKo4

Also I covered the Mets in 2012 and some of those games were basically silent and that was fine too. My point is I think we will be OK

Quoted @randyNYT

Does it matter to you if sports come back without fans in the stadium or arena? Tell us what you think, and send a picture or video from a favorite moment at a game: https://t.co/jSa800Jn1C

I guess fan noise is good, but sometimes while watching sports I mute TV anyway and play music through my speakers. Does nobody else do this https://t.co/XHNX7Oq5Jd

Very pleased to have contributed some nonsense to this weirds and cool new thing https://t.co/OS9dNxgvKi

Quoted @YonhapNews

Tottenham's Son Heung-min wraps up three-week military training with flying colors https://t.co/2AvPiamP2L

"In shooting, Son hit 10 out of 10 shots on the target, officials said." https://t.co/Iu22vkLna0

In a sports landscape utterly devoid of sports, Korean baseball is now broadcast live on American TV. I asked a bunch of ballplayers, scouts and the illustrious @MyKBO to give us the lay of the land over there as the season got underway: https://t.co/4pB8uSWg8v

(I've always loved the lead photo in the bat flip story. Photographer Jean Chung and I had one night to interview Choi Jun-seok. We were nervous. The story was coming together, but we needed pictures. So of course Choi crushed a homer and majestically flipped one for the camera.)

On that same trip in 2015, with South Korean bat flip videos regularly going viral in the US, I tracked down a number of Korean ballplayers who were amused, and confused, by their 15 minutes of American fame: https://t.co/wWm8agy391

Everyone I called rued the restrictions on fans. The stadium noise was the No. 1 thing Americans who played there said they missed. In 2015 I spent nine innings shadowing a group of Korean baseball cheerleaders as they led thousands of fans in song: https://t.co/CdfsXqXJPo

In a sports landscape utterly devoid of sports, Korean baseball is now broadcast live on American TV. I asked a bunch of ballplayers, scouts and the illustrious @MyKBO to give us the lay of the land over there as the season got underway: https://t.co/4pB8uSWg8v

Quoted @Jeeho_1

Upcoming #KBO schedule on #ESPN (all times EST) May 5: NC Dinos vs. Samsung Lions (1 a.m.) May 6: Doosan Bears vs. LG Twins (5:30 a.m.) May 7: Dinos vs. Lions (5:30 a.m.) May 8: Kia Tigers vs. Lions (5:30 a.m.) May 9: Twins vs. Dinos (4 a.m.) May 10: Twins vs. Dinos (1 a.m.)

Coming soon, live sports for insomniacs https://t.co/gb6KgYLPJk

“My personal opinion is that if an effective vaccine has not been developed, it will be difficult to hold the Olympic Games,” said Dr. Yoshitake Yokokura, the president of the Japan Medical Association. https://t.co/Fyi1b7hoss

Honored to be selected as a finalist for the Livingston Award alongside these all great journalists: https://t.co/fG2252IWNl

"Reality now is our house, and the internet." The artwork re-enactment craze tells a story of a compressed, reoriented world, in which the banal melds with the sublime. Photos by @SergeyPonomarev https://t.co/c5q5GSgMtV

Clicking cleats as baseball makes its return in Korea. I wrote this about the stigmatization of the high-five, and the various awkward attempts to replace it, in the early days of the pandemic: https://t.co/lsH6DSMxte https://t.co/a46ovDIQtk

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