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Last season Andrus finished fourth in the AL amongst all shortstops in hits.
He finished the season with 156 hits, only behind: The New York Yankees' Derek Jeter (179), the Boston Red Sox' Marco Scutaro (174) and the Chicago White Sox' Alexi Ramirez (165).
Both, Jeter (36-years-old) and Scutaro (35-years-old) are getting up there in age.
If both of them can still produce equal numbers from last year it will be a surprise.
Ramirez himself is 29-years-old and had a stellar year himself; winning the Silver Slugger award for AL shortstops last season.
The problem with Ramirez is he is getting older as well and has been inconsistent through out his career.
Andrus is only 22-years-old and things are looking promising for the young gun and the Texas Rangers.