Texas Rangers star third baseman Adrian Beltre had his home broken into and several items stolen June 25, according to reports. Continue for updates. Beltre Has 2011 AL Championship Ring, Other Items Stolen Thursday, July 2 According...Show More Summary
The Rangers brought up top hitting prospect Joey Gallo from Double-A on Monday when Adrian Beltre went on the disabled list with a thumb injury, letting him know he’d be sent back to the minors once Beltre was ready to return.
Playing for the injured Adrian Beltre, Gallo was 3 for 4 with a home run, a double, a walk and four runs batted in on Tuesday night in Arlington, Tex.
Filling the shoes of a player like Adrian Beltre (sprained left thumb) can be tough, but Texas Rangers top-prospect Joey Gallo didn’t make it seem that way when he made his highly-anticipated Major League debut tonight against the White Sox at the Ballpark in Arlington. Gallo was called up earlier in the day from the Rangers’ […]
Joey Gallo's first stop in the majors is only supposed to be for a cup of coffee: Adequately replace Adrian Beltre for a few weeks, get in some MLB cuts and go back down to the minors an improved player. If his debut is any indication,...Show More Summary
This is one way to live up to lofty expectations. With Adrian Beltre out due to an injury, the Rangers promoted their top prospect, Joey Gallo, from Double-A on Tuesday. Gallo made an immediate impact in his MLB debut. In fact, he made history. Show More Summary
Pitcher Jason Hammel set a career high as Chicago beat Miami, while Texas’ Joey Gallo was called up to the majors as third baseman Adrian Beltre was placed on the disabled list.
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre has had a somewhat uneven start to the 2015 season, and he won't be getting things back on track anytime soon, as he may be headed to the disabled list. Continue for updates. Beltre to Miss Two...Show More Summary
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre will miss at least two weeks with a sprained thumb that he also cut while sliding into second base Sunday.
Beltre reignited his increasingly lopsided debate around his Cooperstown credentials with his 400th homer.
With the 400th Home Run smacked of Adrian Beltre, there have been a few people speculating about his Hall of Fame chances. Coincidentally, there are some that read that headline and say…Adrian Beltre? In 2004, Beltre had his breakthrough...Show More Summary
A day after Texas Rangers veteran Adrian Beltre hit his 400th career home run, another star joined the elite club of sluggers. In the top of the first inning against the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday, Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera launched a ball toward center field. Show More Summary
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre became the 52nd member of the 400 home run club when he hit a solo shot off Cleveland Indians pitcher Bruce Chen in the first inning of Friday's game at Globe Life Park in Arlington, per ESPN...Show More Summary
By launching the 400th home run of his impressive career Friday, Adrian Beltre furthered, if not solidified, his understated but already strong Hall of Fame credentials. The Texas Rangers lost 8-3 to the Cleveland Indians, but theirShow More Summary
Nick Swisher had three hits and his first three RBIs of the season, and the Cleveland Indians spoiled Adrian Beltre's 400th career home run with an 8-3 victory over the Texas Rangers on Friday night.
Texas Rangers veteran Adrian Beltre is nearing the end of what has been a very successful career, and the four-time All-Star hit a major milestone on Friday. In the bottom of the first inning against the Cleveland Indians, Beltre clobbered a home run to dead center. Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre has hit his 400th career home run in the first inning of the Texas Rangers' game against the Cleveland Indians.
Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre hit a homer last night, the 399th of his career, meaning it was time for his soulmate, Elvis Andrus, to attempt one of the most dangerous feats in the game. Read more...
Like the real-life Family Guy chicken fight, Elvis Andrus and Adrian Beltre remain locked in an unending battle of wits and reflexes. Specifically, Andrus really likes touching Beltre’s head, because it irritates the Texas Rangers third baseman to no end, and at this point, he’s been doing it for so long that stopping would be unnatural and wrong. Show More Summary