Bobby Wilson lined a tie-breaking single with two out in the sixth inning, and Adrian Beltre hit his 13th home run as the Texas Rangers beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-3 on Saturday night.
Troy Tulowitzki had a game-tying RBI single in the ninth inning before Adrian Beltre's throwing error allowed another Toronto run to score as the AL East-leading Blue Jays rallied for a 6-5 victory over the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night.
Monday's Say Hey, Baseball takes a look at the Astros clutching their way to a possible divisional title. Plus, Jose Reyes wants to join a contender, Adrian Beltre hits another milestone, and an unlikely country could be building a baseball powerhouse. Show More Summary
Texas Rangers' Adrian Beltre was up to no good again last night, this time in Detroit. Adrian Beltre, adopting the "Nope, nothing to see here" brand of infield defense: http://t.co/HT5zVM1BkL pic.twitter.com/WjYmhllrVR — Cut4 (@Cut4)...Show More Summary
Fernando Rodney walked Adrian Beltre to force in winning run in the ninth inning to help Texas beat the Seattle Mariners 4-3 on Monday night for the Rangers fifth straight win.
Adrian Beltre and Ryan Strausborger hit solo home runs to spoil Drew Smyly's return, and the Texas Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-3 on Sunday afternoon.
Adrian Beltre was 19 when he made his major league debut for the Dodgers. He batted eighth, and he doubled in his first at-bat, against the Angels' Chuck Finley.
Adrian Beltre’s frequently the target of his teammates’ antics, usually when he excels, but the Rangers third baseman had some fun as the instigator with Astros third base coach Gary Pettis Tuesday night.http://deadspin.com/adrian-beltre-... Read more...
(Photo by Sarah Crabill/Getty Images) Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre turned 36 at the start of the 2015 season and while the four-time All Star is having an off year on paper, he is far from finished career and ability-wise. Just last night, in his team's 12-9 victory over the [...]
Adrian Beltre made MLB history last night with his third career cycle. Of course his teammates touched his head.
Adrian Beltre hit for his third career cycle to inspire the Texas Rangers to a wild 12-9 victory over the Houston Astros at Globe Life Park on Monday.
Fact: Adrian Beltre hit for his third career cycle on Monday night. He joins Bob Meusel, Babe Herman and Long John Reilly as the only players with three cycles in MLB history. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting...Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre really needs to stop doing great things, or he’s going to keep getting his head touched. And you know how much he hates that. Read more...
Adrian Beltre loves playing in Arlington, Texas. On Monday, he had a nice day at the plate, hitting for the cycle. This was actually his third time hitting for the cycle in his career and they’ve all come where the Texas Rangers call home: twice as a member of the Rangers and once as a […]
Adrian Beltre wasted little time Monday notching a career feat last accomplished during the Great Depression. The Rangers third baseman hit for the third cycle of his career, becoming just the fourth major leaguer ever to do it that many times, and the first since Babe Herman in 1933. The other players to get a single, double, […]
Adrian Beltre became the first major leaguer since the 1930s to hit for his third career cycle and the Texas Rangers held on for a wild 12-9 victory over the AL West-leading Houston Astros on Monday night.
Adrian Beltre had his third career cycle Monday night, becoming the first major league player since the 1930s to accomplish that feat.
Adrian Beltre needed all of five innings to hit for a cycle Monday night against the Houston Astros. The Texas Rangers third baseman picked up a triple in the first inning, a double in the second, a single in the third and capped things...Show More Summary
Elvis Andrus and Adrian Beltre homered as the Rangers beat San Francisco 6-3 Friday night in the Giants' first visit since clinching the 2010 World Series in Texas.
Nice attempt at the most hilarious tag out in baseball history. Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre wanted to give Alex Rodriguez an interesting 40th birthday present Monday, as he tried to tag out the in-form New York Yankees star by pulling his leg off the bag. It was worth a try. Show More Summary