#Rangers Elvis Andrus said he took relay throws and did full workout. Wants to play Friday in San Antonio. Says he'll be ready for Monday.
Elvis Andrus cleared by Dr. Keith Meister to begin throwing. He will be on a seven-day throwing program before playing games. #Rangers
Hardball Talk "Rangers second baseman Jurickson Profar is finally cleared to play defense after missing time with a shoulder injury, but now shortstop Elvis Andrus has been shut down with elbow problems for the second time this month. Andrus will take at least a few games off and Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth..." March 19
Fansided "This was one injury the Rangers didn’t see coming. Amidst pitching injuries, catchers with bone problems in their ankles, and an aging third baseman with iffy legs, the Rangers were probably counting on their franchise shortstop to be good for the season. Elvis Andrus has been battling some..." March 18
#Rangers SS Elvis Andrus has flexor tendinitis in forearm. Club not worried, but will back off him for a few days.
Dallas Morning News "Time marches on. The happy-go-lucky shortstop is now “Mr. Ranger.” In terms of continuous service with the club, left-hander Matt Harrison is the senior Texas Ranger. Harrison reached the majors in July 2008. It is difficult for a starting pitcher to be “Mr. Ranger,” because he appears once..." January 26
Trade of Andrus by #Rangers viewed internally as very much a longshot. Club has not discussed him with other teams since Fielder trade.
Dallas Morning News "If you’re looking for a Christmas gift for your favorite Rangers fan, you should probably hold off on the Ian Kinsler or Elvis Andrus jersey. Jurickson Profar might be a safe option, though. So might Luis Sardinas or Rougned Odor, but you probably can’t find those in any stores. On..." November 10
CBSSports.com "Shortstop Elvis Andrus left Saturday night's game with tightness in his lower back the Rangers announced. He is listed as day-to-day and the injury is not believed to be serious. The team took him out as a precaution. Andrus 25 pulled up limping while going first-to-third on a single in the..." September 01
CBSSports.com "Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus who has had a disappointing season after signing a $120 million contract extension is among the players who have passed through trade waivers this month according to major-league sources. There's no indication that the Rangers are interested in trading..." August 15
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The single that Elvis Andrus collected in the sixth inning Monday night gave the Texas Rangers a lead they would never relinquish, but afterward it didn’t register as the key hit of the winning rally. Manager Ron Washington said that A.J. Pierzynski’s game-tying double was the big hit, and Ian..." July 09
Dallas Morning News "Second baseman and leadoff hitter Ian Kinsler stepped up the pace of his rehabilitation program by fielding grounders and making limited-range throws during an afternoon workout. Kinsler, on the disabled list since May 16 because of a stress reaction in a rib, is at least 10 days away from..." June 11
No Adrian Beltre, no Elvis Andrus today for #Rangers.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The conversation started about Eric Chavez, one of Ron Washington’s prized pupils who won six Gold Gloves as a third baseman with the Oakland Athletics and is now playing well for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Talk eventually shifted to another one of Washington’s pupils, Rangers shortstop Elvis..." May 28
Dallas Morning News "The Texas Rangers have announced a news conference for 1 p.m. CT Thursday to announce an eight-year contract extension for SS Elvis Andrus that could keep him in Texas as long as 10 seasons after 2013, but most realistically only guarantees his service to the club through 2018. Andrus, 24, is..." April 04
MLB.com "The Rangers formally announced Thursday that they have signed shortstop Elvis Andrus to an eight-year contract extension through 2022 with a vesting option for 2023. The extension is in addition to his current contract that runs through the 2014 season. The deal is worth approximately $120..." April 04
MLB.com "The Rangers have reached an agreement with Elvis Andrus through at least 2018. An announcement is expected later this week after Andrus completes his physical. The contract extension is for eight years but Andrus can be a free agent after four years. Andrus will likely take that free agency..." April 01
Dallas Morning News "According to a tweet by FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, the Rangers and Elvis Andrus are “close” to an agreement on an eight-year contract worth $120 million. Nobody, associated with the Rangers or Andrus’ agent, Scott Boras, has confirmed that a deal is close. General manager Jon Daniels said..." April 01
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Elvis Andrus will be locked up for the next six years, but could be playing shortstop for the Texas Rangers until 2022 after agreeing to an eight-year, $120 million contract extension that will begin when his current deal expires in 2014. The deal, which includes a $2 million signing bonus,..." April 01
CBSSports.com "The Texas Rangers have twice tried to lock up All-Star shortstop Elvis Andrus to a long-term contract and are expected to make one more run at it this year, but people familiar with their thinking suggest that if the Rangers can't secure him to a multiyear deal they will likely trade him in "10 to..." March 14
Dallas Morning News "In the future, the Rangers could refer to this as the Elvis Andrus Rule. No tattoos applied during the season. “Not if this is what it does to you,” manager Ron Washington said. Andrus was scratched from Thursday’s 10-0 win against Cleveland because of “sensitivity” in the upper left..." March 01
Yahoo! Sports "You know those books (and even blog posts) that come out every so often and they're about strange sports injuries? Yeah, well, this one's definitely getting a chapter. Elvis Andrus of the Texas Rangers is out of the lineup Thursday because of a tattoo injury. No, it's not really one of them..." February 28
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus is in camp this morning a few days ahead of the first full-squad workout, and it didn't take long for him to face questions about his contract situation. He has two seasons left before he becomes a free agent. But the issue has become more urgent this off-season..." February 14