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65-88 - Beltre, Rangers begin post-Banister era with 8-3 victory over Mariners

65-88 - Beltre, Rangers begin post-Banister era with 8-3 victory over Mariners

Adrian Beltre drove in five runs to lead Texas to victory in a game that was called after six innings due to rain If these are indeed our final moments with Adrian Beltre, he’s decided that he’s going out with a bang. In what had to have been an emotionally charged game for the Rangers after the afternoon announcement that manager Jeff Banister had been let go, Beltre homered for the second straight game in his first at-bat. The three-run blast was Beltre’s 14th of the season and gave the Rangers a lead moments after Connor Sadzeck completed his inning of work at Texas’ opener and...
SportsDay 9 hours ago
WATCH: Was this Adrian Beltre's final send-off from Rangers' home crowd?

WATCH: Was this Adrian Beltre's final send-off from Rangers' home crowd?

In the top of the sixth inning, the Rangers moved Adrian Beltre to the bench in what may be his final home game at Globe Life Park.Fans took notice, giving the future Hall of Famer a nice ovation as he greeted each of his teammates before retiring to the dugout. This offseason, Beltre will decide whether or not he wants to return to the Rangers or if he wants to retire from baseball altogether.
SportsDay 5 hours ago
Rangers' Adrian Beltre opens up on possible retirement: 'Mentally, I'm ready to accept the fact that maybe this is it'

Rangers' Adrian Beltre opens up on possible retirement: 'Mentally, I'm ready to accept the fact that maybe this is it'

ARLINGTON -- Adrian Beltre, the toughest of the tough guys, cried Sunday.His teammates, the spectators at Globe Life Park and the opposing Seattle Mariners brought Beltre to tears during the sixth inning of the Rangers' 6-1 victory. A tribute to Beltre turned into an outpouring of affection for what could have been his last home game with the Rangers."I don't get emotional a lot, but today I did," said Beltre, pondering retirement after 21 seasons. "It was nice to know some people care about me."The demonstration of affection brought to a head what Beltre described as a "weird" few days.While...

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