MLB.com "Third baseman Adrian Beltre showed up for the Texas Rangers Dr Pepper Awards Dinner on Friday feeling good about his overall physical health. Beltre has reported no issues this winter, especially with his left thumb. Beltre played the final three months of the 2015 season with a torn ligament..." January 23
Lone Star Ball "Texas Rangers rumors: Adrian Beltre is a free agent after 2016, but the Rangers have previously said they want to extend him and keep him in a Ranger uniform for the rest of his career. This morning, on MLB Network Radio, Jon Daniels said the team has already begun preliminary discussions with..." January 11
Dallas Morning News "If Joey Gallo is to play in the majors for the Rangers in the foreseeable future, it appears he's going to have to do it at a position other than third base. Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said Wednesday the club intends to work on a contract extension with Adrian Beltre to assure he..." December 10
Larry Brown Sports "Thanks to one of the biggest postseason meltdowns on this side of Clippers-Rockets, the Texas Rangers failed to advance to the American League Championship Series this season. But one Ranger that certainly can’t be faulted for not leaving it all out on the baseball diamond is third baseman Adrian..." October 18
NBC Sports "Rangers general manager Jon Daniels revealed today that third baseman Adrian Beltre played the final three-plus months of the regular season and the postseason with a torn ligament in his left thumb. It was known that Beltre had a thumb injury, but the severity was unclear and … well, it’s..." October 17
Toronto Star "There will be a familiar face at third base for the Texas Rangers on Monday as the team welcomes back their veteran third baseman, Adrian Beltre, who has been out since exiting Game 1 with lower-back tightness. Beltre could barely move after driving in the Rangers’ second run in their Game-1..." October 14
ESPN Dallas "Third baseman Adrian Beltre again is not in the Rangers' lineup for Game 4 of the AL Division Series on Monday. Hanser Alberto is starting at third base against the Toronto Blue Jays in Beltre's place and is batting eighth. Rangers manager Jeff Banister says Beltre is slightly better but not..." October 12
Beltre not playing
MLB.com "Rangers manager Jeff Banister had a simple answer when asked when third baseman Adrian Beltre would be ready to return to the lineup. "When Adrian tells me he is ready to go, then he'll be ready to go," Banister said three hours before Game 4 of the American League Division Series between the..." October 12
The Score "The Texas Rangers will be without third baseman Adrian Beltre for a second straight game as they attempt to advance to the ALCS with a win over the Toronto Blue Jays. Texas manager Jeff Banister will make a few minor tweaks to the lineup that won the Game 2 marathon Friday ahead of Game 3." October 11
#Rangers Jeff Banister said Beltre is feeling better and won't rule out inserting him into the lineup if he feels ready.
CBS Sports "The Rangers suffered a significant blow early in Game 1 of the ALDS on Thursday when third baseman Adrian Beltre had to leave the game with a back strain. He initially hurt himself sliding into second base. Beltre stayed in the game for another inning and hit an RBI single, but could barely get to..." October 10
Dallas Morning News "The Rangers wasted no time in making a decision about Adrian Beltre for Friday's Game 2 of the AL Division Series. He will not play. Belte suffered a back strain while sliding into second base on Thursday. Hanser Alberto replaced him an inning later. An MRI revealed no structural damage to the..." October 09
Hardball Talk "Adrian Beltre was in serious pain when he exited Game 1 of the ALDS against the Blue Jays and Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that the veteran third baseman was diagnosed with a back strain following an MRI. Beltre suffered the injury when he tried to break up a double play..." October 09
Beltre coming out of game. In pain. Limping off field.
Sporting News "Adrian Beltre wanted to stay in Game 1 of the American League division series on Thursday afternoon, but with a stiff lower back, he could not, and the Rangers will have to hope that he can get healthy quickly. Beltre will be evaluated further, but with Friday’s game set for 12:37 p.m., it will..." October 08
ESPN Dallas "Adrian Beltre came to bat in the fifth inning looking for a pitch he could hit over the wall. He got one to match an MLB record. Beltre homered in his fourth at-bat to complete his third career cycle, becoming the first player since the 1930s to accomplish that, in the Texas Rangers' wild 12-9..." August 04
Adrian Beltre says he is still searching for a way to deal with sore left thumb...said All-Star break did not help
Dallas Morning News "As if Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre doesn’t have enough to deal with thanks to a painful left thumb, he’s also dealing with a burglary of his Bluffview/Preston Hollow area home. According to City of Dallas police reports, Beltre’s home was burglarized last Thursday morning shortly after..." July 02
Deadspin "Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre got worked over pretty good by Angels starter Garrett Richards on Friday night. Beltre faced Richards three times in six innings, and ended up with nothing more than three broken bats to show for it. Richards really fucked those bats up! As you can see in the..." April 27
Adrian Beltre is the recipient of the 2015 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award which goes annually to MLB Player who exemplifies character of Gehrig.
Rangers pick up 2016 option on Adrian Beltre.
Adrian Beltre's hit in the first was No. 2591 of his career, passing Vladimir Guerrero for most ever by a native of the Dominican Republic.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Adrian Beltre, he has been told, really should consider talking more often to the media. For one, his English is far better than he gives himself credit, better than some of his English-speaking teammates. But he is insightful, and his words make an impact. As a veteran in his 17th season,..." August 21
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The numbers keep piling up for Adrian Beltre. A significant one was reached Tuesday, when the Texas Rangers’ third baseman singled in the first inning for the 2,500th hit of his career. Only five others since 1900 to play third base as their primary position have reached that plateau, and..." June 27
Rangers add Hector Noesi to roster and put Adrian Beltre on DL.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The strained left quad that has kept Adrian Beltre out of the lineup the past three games is likely going to land him on the disabled list. Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said the team is leaning towards putting their star third baseman on the DL, going with a more cautious route..." April 13
Dallas Morning News "After a pensive day waiting for results of an MRI exam on third baseman Adrian Beltre’s sore quadriceps muscle, the Rangers decided they were willing to wait a little longer for him. The Rangers decided to hold off on placing Beltre on the disabled list. Instead the Rangers will push back..." April 10
Adrian Beltre coming out of game with left quad tightness
Dallas Morning News "In the last three seasons, Prince Fielder served as the lineup muscle that protected a Most Valuable Player: Ryan Braun with Milwaukee and Miguel Cabrera in Detroit the last two years. As the cleanup hitter, Fielder bullied teams into pitching to the MVP. New team, new look for Fielder. He..." January 26
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Adrian Beltre came through with a go-ahead homer in the sixth the bullpen picked up a subpar start by Yu Darvish and the Texas Rangers held on for a 3-2 victory over the Houston Astros on Tuesday night. The Rangers remain one-game back for the second wild card of the Cleveland Indians which had..." September 25
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "No matter how quickly the right shoulder of Alexi Ogando heals the fifth spot in the Texas Rangers’ rotation will remain an uncertainty the rest of the season. Travis Blackley got the first crack Tuesday at replacing Ogando who has hit the disabled list for a third time and the left-hander kept..." August 21
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The hottest hitter in the major leagues once again is Adrian Beltre, who can carry a team when his big bat is churning out the home runs and RBIs the way it has been the past two weeks. But his contributions have come to be expected since he was signed as a free agent before the 2011 season...." July 10
Adrian Beltre not in #Rangers' lineup. Jeff Baker is playing third base. Decision made before Beltre ran on field.
ESPN Dallas "Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre had an MRI that revealed a "minor" strain of his left hamstring. Beltre, who batted .376 in May, was not in the starting lineup Sunday against the Kansas City Royals. Jeff Baker started at third in Beltre's place, batting sixth. Texas manager Ron..." June 03
Dallas Morning News "The Rangers expect to be without white-hot third baseman Adrian Beltre for at least part of a six-game trip that begins Tuesday at Boston. Beltre missed his first game of the season Sunday after tests Saturday night showed that he has a slight strain of the left hamstring. In 2011-12, Beltre..." June 03
ESPN Dallas "Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre had an MRI that revealed a "minor" strain of his left hamstring. More Texas Rangers coverage For more news, notes and analysis of the Rangers, check out ESPN Dallas' Rangers Report. Blog Beltre, who batted .376 in May, was not in the starting lineup..." June 02
No Adrian Beltre, no Elvis Andrus today for #Rangers.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The Dominican Republic is headed to the second round of the World Baseball Classic, but Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre remained undecided on whether he’ll join his native team. Beltre skipped the first round because of a minor right calf injury, and could sit out the second round because..." March 11
Dallas Morning News "All-Star third baseman Adrian Beltre is scheduled to make his first spring training appearance for the Texas Rangers on Monday against San Diego. Beltre has been held out of games because of tightness in the right calf. The extended spring-training schedule this year gave the Rangers the luxury..." March 02
Fox Sports Southwest "The World Baseball Classic will begin without either Jurickson Profar or Adrian Beltre participating. Profar informed the Rangers over the weekend that he's skipping the WBC in an effort to try and make the club out of spring training. Beltre decided to skip the first round because of soreness..." February 18
Dallas Morning News "The Rangers finally have one question answered about Jurickson Profar: He will be in camp for all of spring training. Now, they can move on to the bigger issues such as: Can he play well enough to win a job and can the job be big enough to justify keeping him out of an everyday starting lineup..." February 18
Dallas Morning News "During his weekend appearance at the Texas Rangers' FanFest, third baseman Adrian Beltre said he has had a calm off-season, resting and focusing on getting his troublesome left leg back to full strength. Various muscle problems forced Beltre to play on one good leg during the second..." January 14
Dallas Morning News "According to media reports out of the Dominican Republic, Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre and right fielder Nelson Cruz have told officials they are available to join the country's team for this spring's World Baseball Classic. WBC teams will submit their provisional 28-man rosters on..." January 11
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "The Rangers, per their usual end-of-business-day news release, have announced that they have signed five players to minor-league contracts with invitations to spring training. They are: catcher Juan Apodaca, outifleder Jim Adduci, left-hander Neal Cotts, outfielder Aaron Cunningham and..." November 13
MLB.com "Yadier Molina has been collecting defensive honors since the 2012 season ended. On Friday, however, Molina received arguably the most prestigious defensive award yet. Having already earned his fifth straight Gold Glove, Molina was announced as the National League's Platinum Glove Award winner..." November 10
Lone Star Ball "The BBWAA has announced that the five finalists for the 2012 American League MVP Award are Josh Hamilton and Adrian Beltre of the Texas Rangers, Mike Trout of the Anaheim Angels, Robinson Cano of the New York Yankees, and Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers. This is the first year where..." November 07
Lone Star Ball "Throughout the World Series, as I watched Miguel Cabrera disdainfully regard an Angel Pagan chopper that nicked off of third base and squibbed past him, have trouble coming in on balls, and show roughly the same enthusiasm for playing defense as I had for raking leaves last weekend, I couldn't..." November 01
Fox Sports Southwest "Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre said he thinks he's a regular third baseman or just above average. The hardware he keeps collecting means otherwise. Beltre won his second-consecutive Gold Glove Tuesday and the fourth in the last six years. He was the lone Ranger to win an award as..." October 31
Dallas Morning News "Adrian Beltre of the Texas Rangers was named the American League Gold Glove third baseman for the second consecutive year on Tuesday night. Beltre beat out Kansas City's Mike Moustakas and Oakland's Brandon Inge in voting conducted among AL managers and coaches. The voters could not list a..." October 31