2:43 AM EDT, Mon August 31, 2015

Adrian Beltre takes blame for Texas Rangers loss; four other reasons for loss to Toronto

ARLINGTON – Adrian Beltre wasted no time on Tuesday night. He took total blame for the Rangers’ 6-5 loss to Toronto. “This one is on me,” said the third baseman, whose throwing error allowed the go-ahead run to score with …

Banister, Beltre ejected from Texas Rangers win

  DETROIT – The Texas Rangers played the majority of the game without manager Jeff Banister and third baseman Adrian Beltre but still managed to defeat Detroit, 4-2, on Sunday at Comerica Park. With the win, the Rangers took the …

VIDEO: Rangers' Beltre and Bannister get ejected

In the fifth inning of Sunday's game, Rangers manager Brian Bannister and third baseman Adrian Beltre were both tossed for arguing balls and strikes. At first, it was hard to tell which guys umpires Adam Hamari and Ron Kulpa had thrown out in which order.That prompted this tweet:Template for future use: ______ ejected _____ for ______. Subsequently, ______ was ejected by ______. Sincerely, #UmpShowInc— Matthew B. Mowery (@matthewbmowery) August 23, 2015 (For the record, I think it was Beltre by Hamari, followed by Bannister by Kulpa, but you can see for yourself.)Check out the video...
Grand Rapids Press Aug 23, 2015
Texas Rangers' Adrian Beltre, Jeff Banister ejected from game against Detroit Tigers in fifth inning

Texas Rangers' Adrian Beltre, Jeff Banister ejected from game against Detroit Tigers in fifth inning

Texas Rangers slugger Adrian Beltre set the record Sunday for most games played in the majors by a native of the Dominican Republic. But he didnt play the entire game. -- Update: Adrian Beltre was ejected by home plate umpire Adam Hamari. DETROIT -- Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre set the record Sunday for most games played in the majors by a native of the Dominican Republic. But he didn't play the entire game. Beltre and Texas manager Jeff Banister were both tossed from the Rangers-Tigers game in the fifth inning Sunday for arguing balls and strikes at...
Rangers SP Cole Hamels: Adrian Beltre's defense was key selling point for Texas

Rangers SP Cole Hamels: Adrian Beltre's defense was key selling point for Texas

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Tampa Tribune Aug 16, 2015

Smyly allows five runs in return as Rays lose 5-3 to Rangers

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Adrian Beltre and Ryan Strausborger hit solo home runs to spoil Drew Smyly's return, and the Texas Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-3 on Sunday afternoon. The Rangers swept the three-game series and have won four straight games and seven in a row at home. Beltre
New York Post Aug 5, 2015

David Wright can bolster Mets lineup — and get back on Hall of Fame path

Adrian Beltre hit for the cycle Monday, which unleashed yet another round of conversations about his Hall of Fame candidacy. So I set about researching his case again and came...
Sons of Steve Garvey Aug 4, 2015

Adrian Beltre, Future HOFer?

It still pains me to know that we let Adrian Beltre, one of my favorite players, leave the team. And Beltre, who hit his third cycle tonight to be the fourth player to achieve three career cycles, all-time and the first to hit three cycles in over eighty years, is still performing at an insane level, two teams after leaving the Dodgers. Beltre continues to build his Hall of Fame resume: Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre's greatest strength also happens to be his greatest weakness, at least in terms of assessing his Hall of Fame credentials. He plays the game so smoothly, so efficiently...
Houston Chronicle Aug 3, 2015

Rangers slugger Adrian Beltre puts together historic cycle in Monday’s series opener against Astros

ARLINGTON — Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre on Monday became only the fourth player in major league history to hit for the cycle three times in his career. Beltre took advantage of the Astros’ disastrous pitching performance Monday night in the first game of the three-game series at Globe Life Park. He hit a two-run […]

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