Projected stats for the rest of the season as calculated by PECOTA, Baseball Prospectus' proprietary system that projects player performance based on comparisons with historical player-seasons
Projected end-of-season stats, combining year-to-date stats with PECOTA projected stats for the remainder of the season
Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus went into Sunday's game having played in 602 2/3 innings. That was the most in the Major Leagues, 5 1/3 innings ahead of D-Backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt.
Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus went 2-for-4 with a two-run long ball and four RBIs on Friday vs. the Twins.