The Oakland Athletics are acquiring shortstop Elvis Andrus from the Texas Rangers in exchange for designated hitter/outfielder Khris Davis, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. The Athletics are acquiring SS Elvis Andrus from the Rangers for DH/OF Khris Davis, sources tell @TheAthletic. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) February 6, 2021 In addition to Andrus, the Athletics will also receive catcher Aramís García and cash. The Rangers will get two prospects in the exchange, catcher Jonah Heim and right-handed pitcher Dane Acker. Full trade, per sources: SS Elvis Andrus, C Aramís García and cash to Athletics. DH Khris Davis, C Jonah Heim and RHP Dane Acker to Rangers. First on Garcia: @Evan_P_Grant. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) February 6, 2021 Andrus, 32, has played with the Rangers for his entire major league career. Last season, Andrus slashed .194/.252/.330 with three homers in 29 games. He was named an AL All-Star twice during his 12 years in the majors (2010 and 2012). Davis, 33, has been with the Athletics since 2016. Last season, he had a .200/.303/.329 slash line and added two home runs. In 2018, Davis was named outstanding DH of the year. As ESPN’s Jeff Passan reports, the Rangers shed money in the trade as Andrus is under contract until 2022 and is owed $28.5 million. Davis, on the other hand, is making $13.75 million and will become a free agent at the end of the 2021 season. Andrus will likely slide into the gap left in the Athletic’s lineup with shortstop Marcus Semien signing a one-year deal with the Toronto Blue Jays.
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