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Beltre weighing decision on first round of Classic

Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre said his strained left calf muscle is better, but he is still undecided about playing in the first round of the World Baseball Classic.
Via Rangers.com
9 hours ago

MLB Players Closing in On Milestones in 2017

Adrian Beltre is the best 3rd baseman in the MLB. Aside from rooting for your favorite teams in any given season, one thing that draws the interest of fans is the pursuit of milestone stats by players across the league.  Last season, the magic number fans were most focused on was Ichiro’s chase for 3,000 hits.  The 42-year-old needed 65 hits coming into the season, no guarantee...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
1 day ago

The top 10 MLB third basemen heading into spring training

In today’s game, the hot corner may be the best collection of talent at one spot available. It has produced an MVP in each league over the past two seasons, as well as arguably the best infield defender in the game and a back-to-back homerun champion. And although the position loses an All-Star from a year ago in Matt Carpenter, who will move across the diamond to man first base...
Via Yardbarker
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Adrian Beltre expected to miss WBC with strained calf muscle

Adrian Beltre has a strained calf muscle that is expected to keep him out at least for the first round of the WBC.The Texas Rangers announced on Friday that an MRI confirmed a Grade 3 strained calf for the third baseman. Beltre reported to camp on Friday and said he hurt himself working out on Tuesday. He is expected to miss three weeks.The four-time All-Star was hoping to play with...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers' Adrian Beltre has calf strain, could miss WBC

SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre reported to spring training Friday with a strained left calf muscle that will sideline him about three weeks and keep him out of the opening round of the World Baseball Classic. The 37-year-old Beltre, getting ready for his 20th major league season, said he injured the muscle working out at his home in California on...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Beltre out for start of Classic with calf strain

Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre has been ruled out for the start of the World Baseball Classic because of a strained left calf muscle, the club announced Friday. An MRI confirmed the diagnosis of a Grade 1 strain, and he is expected to be sidelined about three weeks.
Via Rangers.com
10 days ago

Beltre not ruling out playing at start of Classic

The Rangers are not expecting third baseman Adrian Beltre to play at the start of the World Baseball Classic because of a strained left calf muscle, the club announced on Friday. An MRI confirmed the diagnosis of a Grade 1 strain, and he is expected to be sidelined about three weeks. But Beltre was adamant on Saturday morning that he has not ruled that out completely, even though...
Via Rangers.com
10 days ago

Adrian Beltre crushes home run on one knee (VIDEO)

Texas Rangers slugger Adrian Beltre saw a pitch he liked so much in Tuesday’s game against the Astros that he swung so hard he fell down. But it didn’t stop him from hitting the ball out of the park. Beltre was gifted a hanging breaking ball from Brad Peacock, and he did not miss it. He swung and turned so hard on the pitch that he fell to one knee, but the ball was already launched...
Via The Sports Daily
September 13, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Adrian Beltre cranks dinger No. 30 while on one knee

As he frequently does, Texas Rangers third baseman — and potential future Hall of Famer — Adrian Beltre paid tribute to the Boyz II Men classic “On Bended Knee” with a swing on Tuesday night against the Houston Astros. And as he has also (incredibly) done many times on such a swing (example of another), he went yard for his 30th homer of the season. To be able to turn on...
Via The Comeback
September 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Adrian Beltre’s Impressive Second-Hand Catch Can’t Fool Umpire (But Nice Try)

Don’t fault Adrian Beltre for trying. The Texas Rangers third baseman caught an unusual foul ball Monday in his team’s 7-3 win over the Seattle Mariners. But umpires refused to credit Beltre with an out because, well, it wasn’t one. This was the case despite Beltre’s best efforts to convince them otherwise. Beltre snagged the ball after it landed in the stands and bounced...
Via NESN.com
April 12, 2016  |  Discuss
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