The Venezuelan Elvis Andrus, of the Oakland Athletics, records an excellent start to the season with the wood.
After a full week of action, the 33-year-old infielder is batting over .300 (.308) at bat.
The veteran shortstop had eight hits, including a home run, in 26 plate appearances. Additionally, he scored seven runs and drove in three runs.
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Of Oakland's seven games, Andrus shot hits in five games.
For life, the native of Maracay, Aragua state, holds, not counting the day this Thursday, .272 batting percentage points.
The only year in which he managed to hit above the .300 colt was in 2016, defending the uniform of the Texas Rangers, when he left an average of .302.