Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus was scratched from Thursday's Cactus League game against the Cleveland Indians due to muscle soreness in his left arm caused by a new tattoo. The tattoo filled most of Andrus' left arm from shoulder to elbow, so it isn't surprising he is experiencing soreness. Andrus spent nine hours under the needle earlier this week while getting a large tattoo of his late father on his left shoulder. Andrus' father passed away in 1996. Rangers SS Elvis Andrus is not in the lineup today, having been scratched with "Silly Non-Baseball-Related Malady." The design was so elaborate that it caused Andrus to miss a day of spring training due to "sensitivity in his left biceps, as reporter Gerry Fraley tweeted. Sammy Sosa sat due to sneeze-induced back spasms.