Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus insisted on Monday that he will not allow a disastrous Game 5 of the American League Division Series crush him.

Andrus mishandled a grounder and dropped a throw for two errors in the fateful seventh inning, helping Toronto score four runs and rally for a 6-3 win that clinched the series. The Rangers had gone ahead, 3-2, in the inning.

In addition, the Rangers' second ended when Andrus was thrown out trying to steal third.

"The bad things, I learn from that and put it in the past," said Andrus, who assisted teammate Robinson Chirinos in providing a Thanksgiving dinner and cold-weather clothing for residents of the Arlington Life Shelter. "For sure, what happened last y ear is something that is going to make me work harder.

"I don't think about it. It was a long process, but I'm in a good spot right now."

The debacle in Toronto represented only the nine time that Andrus has had multiple errors in 1,071 career starts in the regular season and playoffs. It was the third time that he had multiple errors in an inning.