10 Reasons Elvis Andrus Will Be the AL's Starting Shortstop in the All-Star Game

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10 Reasons Elvis Andrus Will Be the AL's Starting Shortstop in the All-Star Game
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In 2010 Elvis Andrus had an average year batting average-wise and still made the AL All-Star team. 

Now heading into his third season in the "Bigs," Andrus has the opportunity and ability to emerge as the AL's top short stop.

Andrus hit .265/.342/.301 in 2010 with 35 runs batted in, 32 stolen bases and no home runs. 

What will he have to do to be top gun come mid-July in 2011?

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