Elvis Andrus could be “close” to an extension. What would that mean for the other talented young shortstop not named Elvis?
The Rangers and their star shortstop are “close” to an agreement on a contract extension, according to Fox Sports baseball writer Ken Rosenthal.
The overriding assumption with baseball’s top prospect Jurickson Profar is that the Rangers would open the season with him in the minors. On Tuesday, the club made it official.
Close your eyes, and you can still see Josh Hamilton muff that easy fly ball in Oakland’s bright afternoon sun during the lost last week of last season.
It’s probably fair to question why this elaborate tattoo wasn’t acquired in the offseason, but considering Andrus is only missing one spring game and it’s still February (barely now), this isn’t even remotely a big deal.
Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus arrived to spring training on Thursday morning, a day prior to the Friday deadline for position players, sporting a strong Mohawk hairstyle.
The Rangers have a decision to make on Elvis. The quotes I’ve heard in the last week or so from Elvis and GM Jon Daniels leave me thinking neither party is very confident that the next contract Elvis signs is going to be with the Rangers
Rangers GM Jon Daniels was talking Thursday about still wanting to re-sign Josh Hamilton. About an hour later, Hamilton was with the Angels. It has been that kind of offseason for Texas.
Texas Rangers players Michael Young, David Murphy and Elvis Andrus have participated in a series of taped public service announcements to encourage students to stop bullying one another.
Adrian Beltre was 3-for-3 with a home run and four RBIs, including the go-ahead run in the fifth inning, to lead the Rangers to a 6-5 victory over the Rays on Monday night.
Elvis Andrus had a game-ending two-run single in the 10th inning, and the Texas Rangers rallied from six runs down to beat the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night.
Elvis Andrus joined RAGE for his weekly show on 105.3 The Fan and answers the question if he’s a better 3rd baseman than Adrian Beltre.