Beltre picks good time for No. 450
Adrian Beltre's 450th career home run broke a 1-1 tie in the top of the ninth to lead the Rangers to a win Tuesday. Beltre is now in sole possession of 39th all time on the HR list and joins Miguel Cabrera and Albert Pujols as active players to reach 450.
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"It's another piece of the legend that is Adrián Beltré" -Rangers manager Jeff Banister on Beltré hitting a 2-out game winning HR in the 9th inning in Cleveland. It was Beltré's 450th career home run, taking sole possession of 39th place in MLB's all-time list, breaking a tie with Vladimir Guerrero and Jeff Bagwell. Beltré now has 2,969 career hits.
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Monday's longest home runs
Todd Frazier paced the competition with a 422-foot home run. He was followed by Elvis Andrus and Joey Gallo, who each homered in the fourth inning to give the Rangers a seven-run lead that would disappear in a 15-9 loss to the Indians.