Andrus, 28, finished last season with 153 hits, a career-high of 69 RBIs and eight homers. He also finished with a career-high batting average of .302, this first time in his career that he finished a season with a batting average of over .300. A slight improvement from 2015, when he finished with a batting average of .258. He was awarded the Richard Durrett Hardest Working Man Award by the Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America for his performance in 2016. No doubt, the Texas Rangers Organization is proud of him.
I expect Andrus’ momentum to continue this season.