Latest Update Adrian Beltre went 2-for-3 with a double, walk, and a RBI in the Rangers victory over the Royals on Sunday. Sun Aug, 24, 06:56 PM
Is superb with the glove at the hot corner. Has great bat speed and can be a big RBI producer when he's in the zone. Can get red-hot with the bat for stretches and carry his team on his back. Doesn't strike out a lot.
Flaws: : Is rather streaky and doesn't hit for a consistently high average as a result. Also lacks ideal patience at the dish. Is somewhat injury-prone. Can appear lazy at times. His cold snaps can take significant time to get out of.
Beltre was the engine of the Texas offense Sunday driving in one of their three runs and racking up two of the eleven hits. The fine wine of the MLB, the 35-year old vet hasn't seen his numbers drop at all and there's no reason to believe the wheels will come off in 2015 either.Analyst: Spencer Silva
Another great night for Beltre who now has three-straight multi-hit games. With a .323 average, 17 home runs and 65 RBI, he's simply a guy you leave in your lineup day-in and day-out. There's no reason to think otherwise unless you play in a 6-team league and even then that's a stretch.Analyst: Howard Bender
Beltre has been one of only a few bright spots for the Rangers in 2014, as he is now slashing .321/.375/.504 with 17 home runs and 64 RBI through 411 at-bats. Considering the other alternatives at the hot corner, Beltre makes for one of the best third baseman to own this year and beyond. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Beltre has been the only player in the Rangers lineup who's actually met their expectations for the season. He's now slashing .320/.370/.510 and while he won't hit 30 home runs again this season, he should finish the season as a top-5 third baseman. He's as solid as they come and he hasn't shown any significant decline even at the age of 36.Analyst: Spencer Silva