Rangers send Elvis Andrus to A's in five-player deal that nets Khris Davis

The last member of the Texas Rangers’ two World Series teams, their most veteran player, arguably the face of the franchise, now plays for the Oakland A’s. Elvis has, indeed, left the building. The Rangers traded shortstop Elvis Andrus and catcher Aramis Garcia to their division rival for designated hitter Khris Davis and two prospects The trade also included the Rangers shipping $13.5 million to Oakland to help cover Andrus’ contract in 2022, sources said. The Rangers also received young catcher Jonah Heim and right-hander Dane Acker, a native Texan drafted last year from Oklahoma (fourth rou…

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