Scott White assesses Adrian Beltre's unexpected return from a "season-ending" hamstring injury as well as Matt Olson's home run binge and Tim Anderson's stolen base surge.
Middlebrooks is making a mark shortly after being called up. Will Middlebrooks, only called up from the Rangers’ AAA Round Rock Express at the beginning of the month, has made his mark in the major leagues already. With Adrian Beltre...Show More Summary
He might not play again this season. Adrian Beltre might not play again in 2017, after an MRI showed a Grade 2 strain that will sideline him for up to a month. That’s unfortunate for many reasons, one of which is that Beltre is justShow More Summary
'It's not good,' Beltre said about a hamstring injury he sustained Thursday
Adrian Beltre hit two early homers and the Texas Rangers pushed three runs across in the 10th inning to beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-5
Adrian Beltre hit a three-run homer and Cole Hamels pitched seven effective innings as the Texas Rangers cooled off the Los Angeles Angels with a 5-3 victory
All that power the Angels generated on an East Coast trip seemed to have dissipated on the flight home. After they put on a hitting clinic with 14 home runs against the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals, the Angels managed five hits in a 5-3 loss to the Texas Rangers on Monday at Angel...
Just a biiiiit outside the base path Adrian Beltre’s latest gift bestowed upon baseball fans is really something to behold. When you realize they may tag you on your head. pic.twitter.com/qXnXX53KPG — MLB (@MLB) August 13, 2017 At 38 years old, maybe Beltre was trying to bend the rules — or base path — to get from point A to point B. Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre had three hits with three RBIs after new Hall of Fame catcher Ivan Rodriguez acknowledged his 3,000-hit milestone, and the Texas Rangers beat Houston 8-3, handing the AL-leading Astros a season-high fifth straight loss
Great baseball giveaway? Or greatest baseball giveaway? Some of the best moments in baseball stem from players who are absolutely, and without guilt, having fun trolling other teams or coaches. Which is why we love Adrian Beltre so much,...Show More Summary
Joe West said in June that Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre was MLB’s biggest complainer. Now the veteran umpire has been given something about which to complain: a three-game suspension for those comments. As reported Tuesday by the Los Angeles Times’s Bill Shaikin, who cited information from the World Umpires Association, the MLB commissioner’s office […]
The 64-year-old West made his big league debut in September 1976.
More specifically, he called Beltre the “Biggest Complainer” in the league. Joe West, the umpire everybody loves to have an opinion about, has been suspended three games for calling Adrian Beltre a complainer during an interview with USA Today’s Bob Nightengale all the way back in June. Show More Summary
West called Beltre the biggest complainer in baseball
Joe West has received a three-game suspension for criticizing Adrian Beltre in a recent USA Today article.
Joe West has been suspended three games for labeling Adrian Beltre as the biggest complainer in baseball, the World Umpires Assn. announced Tuesday. The union said that West was notified of the suspension last week and that the suspension started Tuesday. A Major League Baseball spokesman declined...
Joe West, the major leagues' senior umpire, has been suspended for three days for comments he made about Texas third baseman Adrian Beltre, whom he called the biggest complainer in the major leagues
It’s easy to lose sight of where a player was born by the time he gets to the majors, so we made a map. Adrian Beltre got his 3,000th hit right at the end of July, making him the first Dominican-born player to reach that threshold. This...Show More Summary
The dumbing down of America took another step forward Tuesday, when a national sports talk-show host said it was a “compliment" to Adrian Beltre to discuss whether the Texas Rangers third baseman had used steroids. Beltre recorded his 3,000th hit last Sunday. He ranks 30th on the all-time hit list...
It’s one of the best baseball friendships out there. Adrian and Felix: BFFs. That’s Best Frenemies Forever. A post shared by MLB ? (@mlb) on Aug 1, 2017 at 10:33am PDT At this point, many people know about Adrian Beltre and Felix Hernandez’s friendship. Show More Summary