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Adrian Beltre becomes MLB's all-time foreign-born hits leader!

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Adrian Beltre is the new MLB leader in hits by a foreign-born player after a double in tonight's game. Almost fittingly, the record-breaking hit came at Dodger Stadium where Beltre began his career. It feels like every week Beltre breaks a new record but this one is pretty special as Beltre now sits alone among players not born on American soil with 3,090 hits.

Birthday boy Bartolo Colon turns 45 years old today

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Bartolo Colon turned the sexy age of 45 years old today. Happy birthday, Bart!

Adrian Beltre becomes all-time Latin-born hits leader

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The legend of Adrian Beltre grows as he surpassed Rod Carew today to become the all-time leader in hits by a player born in Latin America.

Adrian Beltre meets Beltre the baby giraffe at Fort Worth Zoo

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D'aww! After his 3,000th hit, the Fort Worth Zoo named a baby giraffe calf after Adrian Beltre and today Beltre got to meet his namesake.

How Charley Pride Went From Negro League Ballplayer to Country Music's Jackie Robinson

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Charley Pride couldn’t make the majors, so he did something even more improbable—he became the first black superstar in country music.

Rangers run Super Bowl Ad "It’s Baseball Time in Texas!"

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The Rangers are letting you know it's time to wake up from your long winter hibernation and get ready for baseball with this Super Bowl ad.

Bill James on Maz

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Shut up, haters.

Texas Rangers actually doing baseball related activities!

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Despite practicing on a football field, the Rangers are holding a minicamp before Spring Training to work on position fundamentals. More than anything, it's nice to see photos of Rangers doing baseball things.

The Texas Rangers purchase The Hickory Crawdads

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The Rangers, who have had a player development agreement with the Hickory Club since 2009, have purchased the club from Don Beaver.

Texas Rangers Slugger Joey Gallo Becomes the Ninth Player Since 2015 to Finish a Season with 40 or More Home Runs and Fewer Than 100 RBI

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An interesting article on Joey Gallo's unique 2017 & the growing trend of 40 home run seasons with fewer than 100 RBI. I didn't realize only Gallo, Bonds & McGwire had seasons with more HRs than singles