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Newark Star-Ledger Mar 24, 2015

PHOTOS: See inside Yankees' Carlos Beltran's new $9 million home

Manhattan triplex has five bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms

Alex Rodriguez and Carlos Beltran's excellent minor-league adventure

TAMPA, Fla. -- The sight of Alex Rodriguez climbing into a white SUV still in his baseball uniform was so odd it even struck him as absurd. "I look like I'm going home from my Sunday morning softball league,'' he said. A few moments earlier, his teammate Carlos Beltran did the same thing, sweating profusely after playing five innings in the mid-80s Florida heat. "These innings, they last for like 25 minutes,'' he said. A-Rod and Beltran were spared the 3-hour bus ride across the state -- and having to take their cuts against Matt Harvey rather than a bunch of minor-league kids -- for...
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 22, 2015

How healthy does Yankees' Carlos Beltran feel?

Beltran went 2-for-4 against minor leaguers Sunday
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 22, 2015

Yankees' Alex Rodriguez, Carlos Beltran get busy at minor league camp (REVIEW)

A-Rod, Beltran stay behind to get extra at-bats
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 19, 2015

Yankees' Hal Steinbrenner to Mark Teixeira and Carlos Beltran: Produce!

Teixeira, Beltran, McCann and Rodriguez, combined, are netting $77.1 million alone this season

Day 15: In non 'A-Rod playing third' news ...

TAMPA, Fla. -- Here is the rest of the Alex Rodriguez at third Yankees' lineup, which arrived courtesy of the dry-erase board located in the press box. Your Rod at third Yankee lineup pic.twitter.com/na6GPTuSup— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) March 8, 2015 Carlos Beltran is making his second start of the spring. In other news: Brendan Ryan cracked a pretty good line about his back injury, describing it as "Groundhog Spring." Ryan, you might remember, missed a large portion of spring last year because of his back, which ended up costing him the first month of the regular season.
New York Daily News Mar 7, 2015
For Yankees' Beltran, rough 2014 remains painful memory

For Yankees' Beltran, rough 2014 remains painful memory

Carlos Beltran’s first 17 days in pinstripes couldn’t have gone better last April. Then he hit the wall. No, not the proverbial wall.

Friday postgame notes: “Now it’s just time to get the timing”

Carlos Beltran walked twice, struck out once, played six innings in right field and said he did it all with no pain or discomfort in his right elbow. He wore a brace during the game, but had nothing on his arm when it was over. “Honestly I’m not concerned at all,” he said. “I’ve been […] The post Friday postgame notes: “Now it’s just time to get the timing” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

Beltran, A-Rod blanked in Yankees loss

TAMPA, Fla. -- A 14-hour day of exhibition baseball that began at 8:30 a.m. and ended at 10:30 p.m. produced little in the way of conclusive results. The Yankees won one game (4-1 over the Phillies in Clearwater in the afternoon), lost the other (3-1 to the Pirates at home at night), and saw 48 players in action. But all eyes were really on just two: Carlos Beltran, who was making his first start of the spring, and Alex Rodriguez, because he's, well, A-Rod.
New York Post Mar 6, 2015

Carlos Beltran’s new offseason approach following career low point

TAMPA — You could argue no active major league player carries as strong a bond to his native land as does Carlos Beltran to Puerto Rico. Yet this past winter,...

Beltran: “When I took my first swing, I could tell it was different”

A bit of comparison from last season: 1. Carlos Beltran’s slash line after May 1: .224/.298/.367 2. Alfonso Soriano’s slash line before his release: .221/.244/.367 The difference? Soriano was in the final year of his contract and was let go. Beltran was a year younger, in the first year of a three-year deal, playing through […] The post Beltran: “When I took my first swing, I could tell it was different” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

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