Monday's Say Hey, Baseball wants you to realize the Giants might be pretty good, and also that Adrian Beltre is possibly a cartoon character. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre thought he could get to second after belting a nice line drive into left field. However, he had to stop himself and get back to first, and what we got instead was a nice preview of what it would be like if Adrian Beltre was being chased in a horror movie. Or chased by a bear. Or chased by student loans.
Adrian Beltre is known for acting a little different at the plate. Beltre dances around wild pitches, falls to one knee on a whiffed swing, and Adrian is usually chatting with the umpire and opposing catcher throughout his at-bats. On Tuesday night in Oakland, Adrian Beltre entertained the crowd not only with his unusual tendencies,... Show More Summary
Losing his balance didn’t stop him.
Jesse Hahn served up a nice tasty meatball to Adrian Beltre tonight, who was so excited to sink his bat into it that he fell and had to steady himself while he was in the process of sending it 429 feet into the sky. Read more...
Miguel Cabrera will probably get there. Adrian Beltre has a shot it if plays for a few more years. But we might be done with 500 home run hitters for a while. In three or four years, assuming normal production and health, Miguel Cabrera will hit a long home run, and the game will stop. Show More Summary
Just needs the parachute pants.
Adrian Beltre hit two of Texas' five home runs, and the Rangers slugged their way to a 10-5 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.
Ji-Man Choi joined the ranks of Bryce Harper and Adrian Beltre after a paranormal interaction.
Adrian Beltre is the gift that keeps on giving. While an excellent baseball player, he may also be the most entertaining player to watch in the sport. Whether he's dancing on the basepaths, laughing at bad pitches, giving a teammateShow More Summary
Time to check in with Elvis Andrus and Adrian Beltre, the greatest comedic duo in sports. Read more...
There are ways to make Adrian Beltre laugh, and there are ways to upset him. On Tuesday, Beltre's saga with head-touching friend Elvis Andrus continued when the latter hit a ball to deep left field and went into a homer celebration. That is, until the ball hit the fence and Andrus got a double instead. Show More Summary
The Texas Rangers and star third baseman Adrian Beltre agreed to a two-year contract extension Friday, according to MLB.com's TR Sullivan. The extension is reportedly valued at $18 million annually. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Jeff...Show More Summary
Laughter is the best medicine.
Chris Tillman had a rough night. The Orioles pulled him after he gave up 6 runs in 5.1 innings of work. That’s nothing to be ashamed of, the Rangers can really hit and they’re in their home ballpark. However this pitch to Adrian Beltre is flat embarrassing. Read more...
Adrian Beltre might be 37 years old, but on Sunday, he was able to show the world that both his legs and his sense of humor were as fresh as ever. In what looked to be a fake-out on both sides, Andrelton Simmons shuffled to get keep Beltre on his toes during a leadoff at […]
Long live Adrian Beltre! Adrian Beltre is now 37-years-old and his agility and dancing skills only seem to get better with age. Your browser does not support iframes. Do the Angels really think they're going to be able to tag out a man...Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre homered and doubled twice, leading Cole Hamels and the Texas Rangers over the Los Angeles Angels 4-1 Saturday night.