Texas Rangers: Which team's hat will Adrian Beltre wear into the Hall of Fame?

It appears that Adrian Beltre is going to be a Hall of Famer this summer. What hat will he be wearing when he is enshrined?
Sep 30, 2018; Seattle, WA, USA; Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre (29) waves to the crowd as
Sep 30, 2018; Seattle, WA, USA; Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre (29) waves to the crowd as / Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports
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One possibility is that Beltre will go back to his roots and wear a Los Angeles Dodgers cap. Beltre started his career with the Dodgers at the young age of 19 and went on to play his first seven seasons for the team. In total, he played in 966 games for the Dodgers, amassing 949 hits and 147 home runs.

Could Adrian Beltre go into the Hall of Fame as a Los Angeles Dodger?

Beltre also had his best season in MLB while wearing Dodger blue. It came in 2004 at the age of 25, which also happened to be his last season in LA. He would go on to win the Silver Slugger award and finish runner-up to Barry Bonds in the NL MVP race. That season Beltre slashed .334/.388/.629, belted 48 home runs, drove in 121 runs, scored 104 runs, and had an OPS+ 163. It was a career year for the future Hall of Famer for sure. If Beltre pushed for the Dodgers hat it wouldn't be unprecedented, as Dave Winfield also went back to the team that he started with, by wearing a San Diego Padres hat instead of a New York Yankees one.

No logo a real possibility for Beltre

With the fact that Beltre spent significant time with three different teams throughout his career, another real possibility is that he will wear a blank hat with no logo at all. Several players are in the Hall of Fame that don't have a logo on their hats. More than likely there will be even more in the future as free agency and team hopping has become more of the norm. Even the great Yogi Berra has no logo on his hat, but that has more to do with the fact that the angle of the picture is such that the NY cannot be seen. Berra is clearly in pinstripes in his Hall of Fame plaque.

No logo seems like a legitimate option for Beltre, even if it's not the one that I feel he will end up with. Or perhaps he will go in with no hat on since he is so sensitive to things touching his head!

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