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Texas Rangers designated hitter Elvis Andrus hit an infield single with a slow roller that refused to go foul during Saturday night's game at Progressive Park against the Cleveland Indians.
It happened in the top of the eighth inning as Andrus hit a slow roller down the third base line. The ball appeared as if it was going foul but rolled back into fair territory when it hit the line and stayed fair until it hit the third base bag.
The infield single extended Andrus' hitting streak against the Indians to 28-games, setting a Rangers all-time record for longest hitting streak against one opponent.
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