He says that it is not politically motivated, though he has been "disappointed" by the U.S. government's response to hurricane damage.
Recently retired Carlos Beltran will skip the Major League champion Houston Astros’ visit to the White House, he said on Tuesday, citing family reasons while also criticising the United States government and agencies. Beltran, a native of Puerto Rico, said that he was disappointed in the U.S....
Beltran explained why, and the reason may not be what you think
Carlos Beltran believes the team hit a home run in hiring Aaron Boone.
The ex-major leaguer beat out fellow former players such as Hensley Meulens and Carlos Beltran for the job, according to reports.
Carlos Beltran should be the Yankees' next manager.
Carlos Beltran interviewed to become manager of the New York Yankees, four weeks after the final game of his 20-year major league career. The 40-year-old Beltran was a nine-time All-Star and played for the Yankees from 2014-16. While he does not have any managerial experience, he mentored young...
Carlos Beltran approached Brian Cashman to let the Bombers GM know that he was planning on retiring.
Carlos Beltran will reportedly interview for the vacant position.
Beltran will be the sixth person to interview for the job
Next up: Carlos Beltran.
The future Hall of Famer announced his retirement on Monday.
Beltran retired on Monday after 20 seasons in the majors
One of baseball’s purest talents is retiring, so let’s remember how strange his incredible career was. Carlos Beltran could run. He could catch. He could hit from the left side, and he could hit from the right side. He hit for average, and he hit for power. Show More Summary
Hey, the Yankees have an opening... Monday morning, Carlos Beltran announced his retirement from baseball after 20 years in the league. He won a World Series ring with the Astros this year, at long last, and there’s not many things I...Show More Summary
Beltran wants to manage and could fit the Yankees better than most realize
Beltran just won the World Series with the Astros
Houston Astros veteran Carlos Beltran announced his retirement from baseball after a 20-year Major League career with a post titled "Muchas Gracias, Béisbol" on The Players Tribune.
Beltran most-recently played for the 2017 World Series champion Houston Astros.
Carlos Beltran is retiring from baseball after 20 major-league seasons, capping his career with a World Series title.