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.
Prince Fielder said goodbye to baseball due to a neck injury.
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre recorded the 2,873rd hit of his major league career during Sunday's 5-3 win over the Kansas City Royals, moving into a tie with Babe Ruth for 43rd place on the all-time hits list, per ESPN Stats...Show More Summary
Adrian Beltre hit his second home run of the game with two outs in the ninth inning, a two-run shot that rallied the Texas Rangers past the Oakland Athletics 7-6 on Monday night for their third straight win.
Cole Hamels allowed one unearned run in 5 1/3 innings, Nomar Mazara and Adrian Beltre homered and the Texas Rangers defeated the Kansas City Royals 7-4 on Saturday night.
You’ve been warned.
Adrian Beltre plays catch exactly how Adrian Beltre should.
By the time Adrian Beltre stepped to the plate with the bases loaded well past midnight, Yankee Stadium was nearly deserted. So could he hear his 9-year-old son cheering for him to get a hit?
Check the glove.
LOL Whoops Eugenio Suarez had zero idea what happened to the baseball. It was a hard hit from Adrian Beltre and would have been a nice stop if Suarez had any idea what he'd done.