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Tuesday's three-homer performance could be the start of something big for Adrian Beltre in the Lone Star State, where he plans to make October a regular part of his season.
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You have to give it to the TBS cameraman here for his great hustle behind Adrian Beltre during his first home run trot of the night, there were three total by Beltre. Unfortunately hustle sometimes isn’t enough, and this case was a perfect example. The cameraman reported no major injuries. Beltre’ three straight home runs allowed the Texas Rangers to beat the Tampa Bay...
After hitting 44 home runs in 2002 and 2003 combined, Adrian Beltre launched 48 home runs in 2004, putting together one of the great seasons any third baseman has ever had. Because his monster season seemingly “came out of nowhere” (despite the fact that he was considered an elite prospect and reached the majors as a teenager), and because he wasn’t able to sustain that kind...
Admit it, Texas Rangers fans. After your team clinched its second straight American League Championship Series berth, the thought crossed your minds.
Thank you, Cliff Lee, for signing somewhere else.
After Lee chose Philadelphia over Texas and New York last December, the Rangers found themselves with some leftover cash. They used $80 million of it to sign Adrian Beltre to a five...
Adrian Beltre hit three straight home runs and the Texas Rangers powered themselves back into the AL championship series, beating the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 Tuesday to win their playoff matchup.
The Texas Rangers are headed back to the AL championship series, thanks to a power surge by Adrian Beltre that few players in major league history have matched. Beltre hit three straight home runs and the defending AL champions advanced again, beating the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 in Game 4 Tuesday to win their playoff matchup.
While helping the Rangers to a lead against the Rays in Game 4 of the American League Division Series on Tuesday with three home runs, Adrian Beltre also joined an elite group.
Texas slugger Adrian Beltre has hit three home runs in his first three at-bats Tuesday in Game 4 of the AL playoffs at Tampa Bay. Beltre hit solo shots off Jeremy Hellickson in the second and fourth innings, and added another solo drive against Matt Moore during the seventh. Beltre entered the game with just one hit in 11 playoff at-bats this season.
Adrian Beltre hit three straight home runs as the Rangers powered themselves back into the AL championship series.
Baseball Time in Arlington shows some love for Adrian Beltre:
One week ago today, MLB.com’s Peter Gammons revealed that Beltre “begged” for the Angels to sign him this past off-season (owing in some part to the fact that he lives just minutes from Angel Stadium). The Rangers, for their part, overwhelmed Beltre with both their willingness to make him a top-flight offer and their...
Like Rangers teammate Adrian Beltre, Nelson Cruz missed significant time late in the season because of a hamstring injury. Unlike Beltre, Cruz is still trying to get going at the plate.
The Texas Rangers are headed back to the ALCS for the second-straight year.
The Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Rays in the American League Divisional Series 4-3 in four games and for the second time in two seasons. The Rangers advanced to the ALCS in 2010 after beating the Rays in five games.
Ian Kinsler led off Game 4 with a solo home run to give the Rangers an early lead.