Home sweet homeElvis Andrus is calling Dallas/Fort Worth his permanent home. He bought a house in the Dallas area and spent the majority of the off-season in Texas rather than his native Venezuela. Even though most don’t consider Texas a winter climate, it was to Andrus, which is partly why he grew his Abraham Lincoln-esque beard.Andrus, 25, said there are several reasons he put down roots in the area. His top three: • The people: “DFW people are pretty cool. They’re down to earth, just enjoy being here and have a lot of pride. That’s cool when you have pride for your city and state.” • The restaurants: “So many amazing restaurants close by. My favorite is probably Ocean Prime [in Dallas]. They’ve got everything, really nice steaks and a really good selection of wine.” • His North Dallas neighborhood: “It’s pretty sweet. They’ve got everything and it’s close to a lot of restaurants and things to do like Top Golf. Top Golf is a great place to spend time with your family and it’s a place where my mom can play, my stepdad, my niece, my girlfriend. They play pretty good music and I was hitting it really well there.”Telling number74 Career saves by 25-year-old Neftali Feliz, who is scheduled to make his eighth appearance of the spring Friday.He said it“It’s not that we’re working against one another in the sense that it’s a cut-throat thing. We’re out there working hard and both of us are trying to put our best foot forward. We’re not going out there trying to out-beat the other one, we’re just going out there trying to win spots.” — Robbie Ross on competing for a rotation spot with Tanner ScheppersWords of Wash“I heard it, but I didn’t see it. I saw him hit it, but I didn’t see the ball. I didn’t see where the son of a buck landed. He smoked that ball.” — on Prince Fielder’s second home run of the spring, a solo shot in the fifth inning off Reds right-hander Sam LeCureInjury report 1B/OF Mitch Moreland (tightness in left oblique muscle): Expects to be in lineup early next week. SS Elvis Andrus (soreness right forearm): Expects to be in lineup early next week. 2B Jurickson Profar (dental procedure): Scratched from Thursday’s start, expected to start Friday. 3B Adrian Beltre (strained left quadriceps): Started Thursday. INF Brent Lillibridge (tight right hamstring): Exited with injury during Thursday’s game. OF Shin-Soo Choo (left elbow soreness): Long-tossing at 150 feet and playing games as designated hitter. LHP Matt Harrison (lower back stiffness): Reported no issues over 1 2/3 innings in first ‘A’ game Monday. Scheduled to throw three innings Sunday against San Diego. LHP Derek Holland (microfracture surgery on left knee): Scheduled for bullpen session April 2.