Monday, May 27, 2013

Don't Mess With Texas Rangers Third Baseman Adrian Beltre!

There are some people that don't like to be touched. There are some that don't like it when who they likely  perceive as a 'young kid' goofs off to much. After this past weekend I think we have proof that Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre is both of those!

Like here when the team's young shortstop, Elvis Andrus, decides to mess with his head!


What makes it funnier for us and more aggravating for Beltre is it's pretty clear that Elvis knows he's being a pain, but thinks its funny.

While it might have been when it came to rubbing his head on the mound, when it comes to playing the game he should take it a little more seriously than he did in the gif below.

It doesn't matter how well the team is playing or how many games they have won. The world is watching and waiting for the Rangers to screw up. Had he caused Beltre to drop this ball the play would have shown up on ESPN Not Top 10--not somewhere you want to be.

Had that happened there would have been a few more people looking at him like Beltre does here.


Act like too much of a fool Elvis and you might find that Juricskon Profar kid getting a little more love then you (rumor has it he's pretty good)!


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10 comments:

  1. Oh, please... We watch baseball to be entertained, plain and simple. A pop-up early in the season isn't going to make or break a team. I'd much rather see these guys having fun, and showing their human qualities, than a bunch of over-paid stiffs that are too terrified to crack a smile. And anyone that's ever been in the minors (like myself) or the majors will have no problem telling you that you play your best baseball when you're loose and having fun... So Elvis, keep taunting Beltre. We love it.

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    1. Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. I played in the minors. Blah blah blah blah blah.

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  2. Are you kidding me with this?? This team has more chemistry together then any other team I have seen across the league. Watching post game interviews it's all joking and having fun. If you can't see that you obviously don't watch or go to many of the games. Keep it coming I love watching this team play and cutup with each other!!!

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  3. It's a tongue-in-cheek piece. I think both of y'all might take your baseball and things you read on the Internet a little too seriously.

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    1. Other Anon is right, this is sort of insulting to anyone who cared enough to comment. It is not written like a tongue-in-cheek piece, and if that was your intention, then it was poorly written.

      But hey, at least you used the correct 'too' down here in your comment!

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    2. Sounds like you and these other assholes are a little too uptight and serious about your sports. It amazes me how easy jerk offs like you find being a critical jerk to someone online--and I mean that too!

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    3. If you want to take it serious people than it will sound serious, but if you take it like tongue in cheek than it sounds like that too. At least this guy isn't making up stories about Dan Snyder making an incredibly racist press conference or Jerry Jones going off the deep end. Relax and get a life! Baseball is just a game; not life.

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  4. But thanks for reading and come again!

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  5. You should not insult half of your readers like that. The other two might not visit anymore either.

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