We Have an Elvis Sighting!
How's this for Elvis Andrus' Major League debut?
A two-out double down the right-field line, with reigning American League Cy Young winner Cliff Lee on the mound and former President George W. Bush in the TV booth offering his thoughts on Fox4.
Not bad, I say. Especially for a 20-year-old - third-youngest Ranger to start on Opening Day - heralded for his defense. Just for fun, he did help turn a first-inning double-play as well.
Sandwiched around Andrus' hit in first big-league at-bat were two-run singles by Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Ian Kinsler. Rangers up 4-0 and Kevin Millwood
is was tossing a no-hitter through three innings.
Quick, somebody call Laura Miller. I feel a parade in our future.
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