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The left side of the Texas Rangers infield features slugger Adrian Beltre and speedster Elvis Andrus holding down the fort. By the looks of this compilation the two are brothers from another mother. Playing the game like it was meant to played. The post Elvis Andrus & Adrian Beltre: Brothers From Another Mother appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.
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