"I didn't like his attitude," Washington told Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News. "The inning before there were a couple of plays he didn't make, but he gave the effort. There are going to be plays that you can't make. On that play, there wasn't energy. Elvis is better than that. I didn't chew him out, but I let him know that."
Andrus was given an error on a throw that drew first baseman Michael Young off the bag, allowing Rene Rivera to reach base. It was his second error of the game. A ball bounced off his glove in the seventh inning, leading to five unearned runs.
Andrus offered little defense for his eighth-inning miscue.
"I was still a little upset, I think, about the inning before," Andrus told Grant. "I got upset with myself and I think that was still bothering me because I didn't help the pitcher out. But things happen. There is no excuse. There's nothing really that I can say about it."For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsmlb on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.