Beltre Is Back For Rangers!Adrian Beltre was placed on the disabled list May 15, two days after he aggravated a left hamstring injury he suffered in the first month of the season.
Beltre's Left Hamstring Could Land Him On Rangers DL AgainBeltre got hurt on a defensive play in the seventh inning of a loss at Houston on Sunday when he turned to try to get out a runner coming to third base.
Beltre Hurts Left Hamstring Again As Rangers Fall To AstrosRangers third baseman Adrian Beltre left Sunday's 6-1 loss to Houston in the seventh inning after aggravating a left hamstring injury.
Beltre Returns With 3 Hits, But Rangers Fall To Tigers 7-4Victor Martinez and Jeimer Candelario homered in the first inning, Jose Iglesias added another long ball in the second and the Tigers held off the Rangers by a score of 7-4 on Tuesday.
Beltre Back In Rangers Lineup After Activated From DLAdrian Beltre is back in the Texas Rangers lineup after missing 12 games because of a left hamstring strain.
Rangers' Beltre On DL With Another Leg IssueThe Rangers placed Beltre on the 10-day disabled list Wednesday with a strained left hamstring.
Rangers Leaning Left In Rotation After Rare Losing SeasonThe Rangers rotation is leaning quite a bit to the left. Texas added two more lefty starters to go with Cole Hamels and Martin Perez, along with a free agent right-hander.
Beltre, Colon Only Current MLB Players With 20+ SeasonsGoing into his 21st big-league season, Adrian Beltre is one of only two current players who have played at least 20 MLB seasons. The other is his new teammate with the Texas Rangers, 44-year-old pitcher Bartolo Colon.
Beltre Not Unhappy But Says Rangers Roster Could Be ImprovedMany players remain without homes as spring training camps open across Arizona and Florida, and Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre is fully aware of it.
Rangers Know They Have Challenges In Tougher AL WestThe AL West is home to the World Series champion Houston Astros and now Shohei Ohtani, the pitcher-outfielder from Japan coveted by the Rangers before he signed instead with the Los Angeles Angels.
Rangers GM Jon Daniels Says Adrian Beltre Will Be Back Next SeasonRangers general manager Jon Daniels shut down the possibility of his future Hall of Fame third baseman not being in Arlington next season.
Beltre Wants To Stay With Texas, But Also Wants A RingAdrian Beltre is signed with the Rangers through next season, and wants to remain with the team. But the third baseman, who notched his 3,000th hit this year, also wants another chance to win a World Series.