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
Major League Baseball players trying to mess with Adrian Beltre's head never gets old. It's no secret that the Texas Rangers third baseman doesn't like people touching his head. Everyone knows that fact, so some players—teammates and...Show More Summary
Robinson Cano wasn't quick enough to touch Adrian Beltre's head in last night's game. Take notes from Miggy, Robinson. Read more...
I cannot blame him. Robinson Cano and Adrian Beltre have never been teammates in the majors, but that doesn't mean that they're not up for a little tomfoolery, skylarking, and/or grabass. Okay, maybe it's mostly Cano who's up for a little tomfoolery, skylarking, and/or grabass. Show More Summary
Few sports duos have the awesome buddy-buddy interactions that the Texas Rangers’ Elvis Andrus and Adrian Beltre give to us on a seemingly weekly basis. It’s like they’re hosting a reality show we don’t even know about. This time, they’ve taken to bickering (after a successfully caught fly ball) over who should be where on […]
Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus and third baseman Adrian Beltre have a pretty hilarious relationship, but they can still get things done when they need to. The two have been teammates since Beltre signed with Texas before the 2011 season. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. Adrian Beltre and Elvis Andrus, who are basically baseball's version of a buddy-cop duo at this point, put on another one of their comedy routines last night. After Andrus floated over to his right...Show More Summary
New borders have been established in the long-running war between these two infielders. Adrian Beltre and Elvis Andrus have a history of messing with each other, especially on infield pop-ups. The latest event in this saga occurred on...Show More Summary
Nick Martinez got his first win since May 24 and Adrian Beltre and Shin-Soo Choo both homered to lead the Texas Rangers to a 6-2 victory over the Houston Astros on Sunday, snapping a seven-game skid against their in-state rivals.
The Yankees opened leads of 8-4 and 12-8 but allowed the Rangers to pull within a run and load the bases in the ninth before David Robertson got Adrian Beltre to fly out to end the game.
No. Wait, yes. Wait... I have no idea. The 2014 Rangers are an apple pie that a truck backed over. The 2015 Rangers should contend. The Rangers should probably explore the idea of an Adrian Beltre trade. All of the above are true. Especially the part about the apple pie. Show More Summary
When Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre was introduced as an American League reserve for the 2014 MLB All-Star Game at Target Field on Tuesday, the crowd offered a hearty hand—and yet, one bereft of the enthusiasm a future Hall...Show More Summary
Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre called time and backed out of the batters box in the third inning on Wednesday night against the Astros. But home plate umpire Bill Miller didn't grant Beltre his timeout request, so when the 0-2 pitch...Show More Summary
Robinson Chirinos hit an early three-run homer, Adrian Beltre connected again and the Texas Rangers ended a six-game losing streak with a 5-3 victory over the New York Mets on Saturday night.
Adrian Beltre homered, Shin-Soo Choo had three hits in his return to the leadoff spot and the Texas Rangers snapped their longest losing streak in nearly nine years, holding on to win 5-4 over the Minnesota Twins on Friday night.
Even when Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre reaches a milestone, people still want to mess with him. It's no secret that Beltre doesn't like when people touch his head. Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera is well aware of that...Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre collected his 2,500th hit in Tuesday night's game against the Tigers. (That's pretty impressive! He's only the seventh third baseman to reach the mark.) Miguel Cabrera was at first base to give him the ball and a quick touch on the head. Beltre, a man who hates having his head touched, did not appreciate it. Read more...
Plus a friendly gesture, a monster home run and more. The Phillies on Tuesday signed veteran outfielder Grady Sizemore to a minor league deal, the team announced in a press release. He will report to Triple-A Lehigh Valley. Sizemore, 31, hit.216/.288/.324 in 205 plate appearances for the Red Sox, who designated him for assignment on June 17. Show More Summary
This time, it was congratulations for Adrian Beltre's 2,500th hit. Remember about a month ago when Miguel Cabrera rubbed Adrian Beltre's head -- which Adrian Beltre absolutely and utterly hates -- and Beltre responded by tapping himShow More Summary
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre is just five hits away from reaching 2,500 on his career, according to MLB.com. Once the required base knock occurs, he'll become the 96th player ever to achieve the mark. The only active players...Show More Summary