After seeing autograph successes posted with the future Hall of Fame third baseman through the middle of the MLB season - I tried to send a request with a couple of cards. Unfortunately the well ran dry and my cards were returned with...Show More Summary
The Giants had the most winners on the night with three earning recognition. The Cubs and the Rangers each had multiple winners as well. The 2016 Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners were announced Tuesday night, with several streaks of...Show More Summary
The Rangers had already clinched the division before last night’s game against the Brewers so Adrian Beltre was in high spirits—even after striking out in the fifth inning. Read more...
Texas Rangers pitcher Nick Martinez robbed Los Angeles’ Andrelton Simmons of a base hit last night with a no-look, (...)
Adrian Beltre is one of the most entertaining baseball players any of us will ever have the pleasure of watching. He’s done many great things on the field that I will remember fondly, but falling to one knee as he hits the goddamn hell out of a baseball will certainly go down as his signature move. Last night, he gave us another classic Beltre dinger. Read more...
Only Bartolo Colon has played as many seasons as Adrian Beltre and Carlos Beltran, 19, without winning a World Series.
Adrian Beltre is a very good baseball player with several above average skills, but this is the best one. This seems more or less impossible, but he does it all the time. Maybe he should just start out on one knee. Of course, that would probably take this work of art out of the equation, so he can stick with what he's been doing.
Adrian Beltre broke a tie with his 440th home run in the eighth, and Yu Darvish pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning of the Texas Rangers' second win in six games, 2-1 over the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night.
Time waits for no man. It's mean like that. It's even meaner to baseball players, systematically robbing them of their skills as they drift further from their youth. Except for Adrian Beltre, who's playing like he's 37 going on 27. It...Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre had a hilarious reaction to facing switch-pitcher Pat Venditte
Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre has a great sense of humor except when someone touches the top of his head. This time, we’ve got a (...)
Ambidextrous relief pitcher Pat Venditte is ambidextrous has been Major League Baseball for about a year. He’s bounced back and forth between the show and the minors, and Venditte made his Mariners debut this evening. After starter Hisashi Iwakuma was chased after three innings, Venditte stepped in and pitched three innings of one-hit ball. Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre led off consecutive innings with home runs and Cole Hamels didn't give up a hit until the sixth in the Texas Rangers' 6-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday night.
Adrian Beltre arms himself with a broom to fight off teammates with Powerade coolers.
Adrian Beltre would strongly prefer not to get drenched.
If you try to touch Adrian Beltre’s head , he’ll flip out. If you try to douse him in one or more jugs of celebratory post-game beverage, he’ll mount up, grab weapons, and ward you off with them. Read more...
Adrian Beltre hit a grand slam not long after Texas ended a 24-inning scoreless streak and Martin Perez pitched seven strong innings for his first win since late June, leading the Rangers to a 5-2 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Monday night.
These two are the best.