Adrian Beltre

Adrian Beltre

Height: 5' 11"Weight: 220 lbsAge: 38Country: DOM

2018 Outlook

Strength of Schedule:
Draft Rank (ECR) H #62
Best / Worst #42 / #129
ADP #136




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Adrian Beltre out of the lineup Friday

Adrian Beltre is not in the Ranger's lineup Friday against the Athletics.

Fantasy Impact

Beltre appears to be done for the 2017 season. He'll finish with a .311 AVG and 17 home runs over 387 PAs.

Elliott Baas25 weeks ago
Adrian Beltre goes deep twice on Wednesday

Adrian Beltre went 3-for-5 with two solo home runs on Wednesday against the Angels.

Fantasy Impact

The future Hall-of-Famer is having another fantastic, albeit injury-shortened, season, with a .947 OPS. He has gotten extremely hot in August, slashing .321/.396/.628 in the month, and is an obvious top option at third base.

Dan Harris30 weeks ago
Adrian Beltre notches 12th home run

Adrian Beltre notched his 12th home run of the season off of Dallas Keuchel in the sixth inning Sunday. Beltre was 2-for-3 with a walk on the day.

Fantasy Impact

Beltre might be slowing down because of his advanced age, but he's still mister reliable when you need home runs. Beltre can still be started in most formats.

Matthew Van Winkle32 weeks ago
Adrian Beltre belts three-run homer run

Adrian Beltre was 1-for-4 on the night with a three run homer against Jose Berrios in the first inning. It was Beltres 10th homer of the season.

Fantasy Impact

Beltre keeps being reliable and is still a must start in every format. Beltre is slashing .292/.364/.505 on the year.

Matthew Van Winkle33 weeks ago
Adrian Beltre collects 3,000th hit with double

Adrian Beltre 1-for-5 with a double for his 3,000th career hit in Sunday's loss to the Orioles.

Fantasy Impact

Beltre is only the 31st hitter in MLB history to hit the 3,000 knocks plateau and the first Dominican-born player to do so all but guaranteeing he'll be punching a ticket to the Hall. Perhaps even more impressively, the 38-year-old Beltre is slashing .307/.382/.534 with nine home runs and 36 RBIs in just 51 games which, coupled with his monster .300/32/104 season last year, suggests that he is still every bit the player he has always been.