Adrian Beltre has been to three All-Star games, won three Gold Gloves, and two Silver Sluggers since joining the Rangers. Beltre has only spent six years in Texas, but they have been the best years of his career.
During his six seasons with the Rangers, Beltre has managed to make it to 7th all-time on the Rangers home run list. During his six seasons Beltre has hit over .300 every season, but two and has four 30 plus home run seasons.
Beltre has been to the post-season four different times with the Rangers. He has been to one World Series, but did not win. Although Beltre has received an MVP vote every season since joining the Rangers in 2011.
Beltre joined the Rangers at the age of 32 and is tied for the 2nd highest batting average in team history. Somehow Beltre continues to get better with age as he has put together an unbelievable career. Beltre has a career .308 batting average and the only other player with a higher average with the Rangers is Al Oliver.
The legacy of Adrian Beltre will continue in 2017 and hopefully beyond that. Through six seasons with the Rangers Beltre is hitting .308/.358/.516 with 167 homers and 563 RBI. Whenever Beltre does decide to retire he is going to have a strong case for the Hall of Fame.