Latest Update Elvis Andrus left game after being spiked on left ankle turning DP Thu Jul, 10, 09:34 PM
Is a tremendous athlete, which helps him greatly on defense at shortstop. Hits and runs well, and also has some pop in his bat. Is also an excellent base-stealer.
Flaws: : Is a little raw in most areas of baseball. Needs to cut down on his swing and become more patient at the plate. Still makes his share of errors at short, mostly mental.
The Rangers are getting annihilated, so it isn't like Andrus would have been the game changer. Consider him day-to-day and expect him in the lineup on Friday.Analyst: David Kerr
Andrus has now logged back-to-back three-hit games which has raised his stat line to .272 with 2 home runs, 19 RBI, 47 runs scored and 19 stolen bases. He has been a great contributor in both the runs scored and stolen base categories this season, and should remain a constant threat in both areas as long as he can maintain his respectable .320 on-base percentage. Analyst: Matthew Beck
The stolen bases were numbers 15 and 16 for Andrus who is fifth in the American League in steals and is on pace to swipe 30-plus for the fifth time in his six year career.Analyst: Michael Pichan
After getting the day off from the shortstop position on Thursday, Andrus came back with his second multi-hit performance in his last three games. He is now hitting .257 with two home runs, 15 RBI and 13 steals through 230 at-bats, and should remain a consistent fantasy producer in both the runs scored and stolen base department as long as he can keep getting on base at a decent clip (.311 OBP).Analyst: Matthew Beck