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The Mets announced Carlos Beltran as their new manager Friday.
Beltran is receiving a three-year contract that has a club option for a fourth year. The 42-year-old last played for the Astros in 2017 and played for the Mets from 2005-2011. Expectations will be high in his first year with the Jacob deGrom-led roster.
Carlos Beltran has announced his retirement from baseball on Monday morning, via a touching Players' Tribune post.
This marks the end of a 20-year career for Beltran, who goes out on top after winning a World Series with the Astros this season. Beltran played with seven different teams throughout his MLB tenure. He is one of just five players to ever record 400 homers and 300 steals. He was also one of the most dominant post-season hitters of all time. Beltran has a real shot at the Hall of Fame in five years, which will be his first chance at induction.
Carlos Beltran helped fuel the comeback against Toronto on Sunday, going 3-for-5 with a RBI and run scored.
Beltan started the season off slow, but has picked it up after the break with a slash of .283/.333./433. Owners can still start him with confidence.
Carlos Beltran was 2-for-4 with a walk, a double and two runs scored on Monday.
Beltran ends July on fire, batting .500 in the last seven days. He takes a seven game hit streak into August.
Carlos Beltran started in LF and went 1-for-3 with two RBIs.
Beltran is struggling this year, batting a meager .230 with an OBP of .285. He is showing signs of slowing down at the ripe age of 40, but owners should hold tight, just in case he can right the ship.