Adrian Beltre admitted that playing with Elvis Andrus is like having a 'kid on the field'
Ever wonder how Adrian Beltre puts up with teammate Elvis Andrus, what with all the unwanted head-touching and infield pantomiming? That's easy: He simply thinks of the shortstop as a child.
At Rangers Fan Fest on Saturday, Beltre revealed that he's prepared for his children when he gets home because he's spent all day with the shortstop. He even admitted that when he's upset, he'll sometimes call his son A.J, "Elvis," as in "Elvis, stop doing--" before realizing that he's not talking to his teammate.
As for the head-touching? Yeah, he really doesn't like that: