On Friday night, Adrian Beltre went 0-3 against Garrett Richards with three broken bats. On Saturday afternoon, Richards received a $300 invoice from Beltre for the bats. "Cash only, no checks." How did Richards respond? He sent Beltre a signed practice bat hoping to cover the debt. (h/t OCRegister.com)
Adrian Beltre is a good baseball player and a better businessman. On Friday, the Texas Rangers third baseman shattered three bats while squaring off against Garrett Richards, a 26-year-old flame-thrower from the Los Angeles Angels. Beltre doesn't care that he's made a whopping $165 million over the course of his 18-year career. Show More Summary
Although the 2015 MLB season is less than two weeks old, it's never too early to start combing the rumor mill for the next potential trade or free-agent signing. Right now, most teams are in the feeling-out stage. They're seeing what they have to work with and whether any deals are necessary to serve the organizations long-term or short-term goals. Show More Summary
You’ve got to see this ridiculous display of power at the plate by Texas Rangers’ Adrian Beltre. He dings this one from his knees. Talk about follow through power! Your browser does not support iframes.
Adrian Beltre got fooled badly on a pitch and was fooled again but still managed to hit a home run. Then his teammates all touched his head. Rough day at the office.
Thursday provided a pair of notable home runs, one by a Rangers third baseman and one by a Yankees designated hitter who would probably be his team’s third baseman if not for having his career thrown off track by a steroids scandal.Read full article >>
Adrian Beltre is a strong man. During Thursday's matchup between the Texas Rangers and Oakland Athletics, Beltre took a violent hack at a pitch from Evan Scribner. The Rangers slugger missed the ball and fell to his knee. So, what did...Show More Summary
Scribner made a fool out of him on the first pitch, then Beltre knocked the second out of the park.
We're four days into the season, and we're already reminded that Adrian Beltre is the danged best. I was told this sequence existed before I saw it. It was described accurately, and I didn't think it would be a big deal. Oh, Adrian Beltre. Show More Summary
When it comes to the baseball's new speed-up rules, Adrian Beltre is ready to hop to it. He's really doing it.
Adrian Beltre will always be entertaining and now we've got a new avenue of enjoyment: forgetting all about the new pace of play rules.
The Rangers infielder looked earnestly apologetic for his forgetfulness.
From Johnny Cueto to Adrian Beltre, some monster names are set to hit the MLB trade front in 2015. There are three ways for a big leaguer to secure a spot on the MLB all-trade block team for the upcoming season. The first route is for...Show More Summary
The man does NOT like to have his head touched.
In a 2014 season when countless players were injured and the Texas Rangers finished buried in the standings, Adrian Beltre was about as close to a bright spot as there was to be found. Now, the team has decided he'll likely be a keyShow More Summary
Royals catcher Salvador Perez has a habit of pestering teammate Lorenzo Cain by taking videos of Cain and posting them to his Instagram account. Occasionally, Cain reacts like Adrian Beltre does when someone touches his head. He really doesn't like when Perez calls him "hermanito." Read more...
Fact: With Adrian Beltre's walk-off home run tonight, all 30 teams have a walk-off home runs in a season for the first time since 2003. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
You might want to sit down for this. After hitting a triple last night, Angels outfielder Mike Trout chatted with Adrian Beltre, and touched the Rangers third baseman's head without him getting mad. Read more...
Salvador Perez hit a scorching liner off the glove of third baseman Adrian Beltre for a single, allowing Jarrod Dyson to score the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and helping the Kansas City Royals beat the Texas Rangers 2-1 on Tuesday night.
Why are we here? Is man the product of chance or creation? Where do we go after we shuffle off this mortal coil? These are all important questions, but today our aim is to discuss a greater quandary in the pantheon of intellectual discourse:...Show More Summary