Elvis Andrus Siblings: Erold Andrus, Erikson Andrus and Emily Andrus

Elvis Andrus

Elvis Andrus is a Venezuelan-American professional baseball shortstop for the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball (MLB). He had spent the first 12 years of his MLB career playing for the Texas Rangers.



Andrus concluded the year with a career-low batting average (.258), on-base percentage (.309), and sacrifice hits, but he also hit seven home runs and swiped 25 bags for the AL West champion Rangers. With 516 assists, he was the league leader in the majors on defense.

Elvis Andrus
Elvis Andrus

He had a.182 batting average in the ALDS versus Toronto and committed two of the Blue Jays’ three mistakes in the decisive eighth inning of Game 5. In 2016, he slugged.302 with eight home runs and 69 runs batted in.




In 2017, he hit.297 with 20 home runs, 88 RBIs, and 25 steals in 158 games, continuing his career offensive season. He had the most assists in the league, with 490.

When Andrus was struck by a pitch on his right arm on April 11, 2018, he had to be substituted. Andrus sustained a fractured right elbow, according to X-rays and CT tests.

Since then he has been on the injured list for only the second time in his MLB career. Only a six- to eight-week suspension from any baseball activity was required.

Elvis Andrus Siblings: Erold Andrus, Erikson Andrus and Emily Andrus

Baseball shortstop Elvis Andrus was born alongside three siblings. Elvis’s three siblings are Erold Andrus, Erikson Andrus, and Emily Andrus.



Erold Andrus is a baseball player who played for the Texas Rangers in the 2011 season. Erikson Andrus, the younger brother of Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus, was nearly kidnapped in Venezuela when his bodyguard shot and killed the kidnapper, saving his life.