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 was picked to the 2010 All-Star team as a backup shortstop for the American League. In 2010, he managed only a.265 batting average with no extra-base hits. He had the most sacrifice hits (17), second-most caught stealing (15), and ninth-most stolen bases in the American League (32).
Andrus had a.279 batting average with five home runs in 2011. He ranks 3rd in sacrifice hits (16), 4th in catches (12), and 5th in stolen bases for him in the American League (37).
He led all AL shortstops in mistakes, with 25, and was second in putouts (245) and third in assists among league shortstops (407). Andrus was selected for his second straight All-Star team in 2012, batting.286 with 17 extra-base hits to lead the American League.
Andrus inked an eight-year, $120 million agreement before the 2013 season even started. Second baseman Bartolo Colón gave him his 40th stolen base of the season on September 14 at Oakland.
Texas Rangers’ all-time stolen base leader, Ian Kinsler, was overtaken by Andrus, who had 175. He once again topped the American League in sacrifice hits (16), batting.271 and scoring 91 runs this season.
Elvis Andrus Wife: Is Elvis Andrus Married?
Elvis Andrus, the professional baseball personality is married to Cory Andrus.
Who Is Elvis Andrus Wife, Cori Andrus?
Andrus tied the knot with his longtime partner Cori Febles in a private ceremony on June 1 at his house. Elvis Emilio, the couple’s first child, was born on July 6, 2017.
Lucia Alessandra was born on November 28, 2018, and she is the couple’s second child. In 2019, Andrus elected to utilize “Baby Shark” as his walk-up song since it reminded him of his little sons and daughters.