St. Louis Cardinals switch-hitting right fielder Carlos Beltran started the season a bit slowly. The 36-year old, who starred for Team Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic, had been nursing a broken toe that not only seemed to limit him in the field, but at the plate as well.
If Beltran's recent performance at the plate is any indication, his toe seems to be doing much better. Beltran has now ripped three bombs in the Cardinals' last three games and he is proving that his bat is still very dangerous.
Beltran, from the right-side of the plate, blasted a 415 foot shot into the center field stands give the Cardinals a 5-0 lead. It was the type of majestic shot that leaves fans speechless. One that makes you just stare in awe. Those are the type of home runs Carlos Beltran use to hit on a regular basis. Those are the type of home runs, evidently, that Beltran can still hit today.
With Beltran's three-game homer streak intact, he now has four on the season and has r...