- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 180 lb.
- School University of South Carolina Upstate, Pasadena City College, University of California, San Diego
- High School St. Francis High School (La Canada)
Andrés Kim has played for the Argentinian national team.
Kim was born in Argentina and moved to the US as a child.  He was team MVP as a high school senior.  He was 1 for 3 with a walk and a RBI as a freshman at UCSD then transferred to Pasadena City College and hit .335/.440/.458. 
Transferring again, he batted .265/.373/.290 as a junior at USC Upstate and .321/.404/.402 as a senior while playing primarily second base. He was one of two Argentinian-born, US-raised players on Argentina's squad for the 2022 World Baseball Classic Qualifiers, alongside pitcher Eric Ma.  He started at third base, hitting 9th in the opener against Pakistan. He singled off Amir Asghar his first time up and hit .250/.357/.250 on the tourney with two runs in four games. Only Exequiel Talevi and Lucas Stalman scored more runs for Argentina.