As Rangers' 2019 season comes to an end, it's up to Elvis Andrus to prove shortstop is still his

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As Rangers' 2019 season comes to an end, it's up to Elvis Andrus to prove shortstop is still his
As Rangers' 2019 season comes to an end, it's up to Elvis Andrus to prove shortstop is still his

When last we checked in with Elvis Andrus, he pledged that in 2020 he would come back a more forceful, capable leader. But that was two weeks ago. A lot can change. Since then, Andrus, everybody's favorite Ranger, has seen his OPS fall below that of Rougned Odor, everybody's favorite scapegoat. It was back around the time of Andrus' last extra-base hit. It's been a while. Andrus enters the final road series of the year without an extra-base hit in September — a 15-game skid — and with a season OPS that has once again dipped below .700. If he doesn't rally, it would be his fifth season in the last seven below .700. His .696 OPS is currently the fifth-lowest among AL qualifiers. According to fangraphs,

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