Adrian Beltre considering Rangers’ offer to become special assistant
(Rangers Today/Jeff Wilson)
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Adrian Beltre lives about an hour away from Angel Stadium, and that’s only if he doesn’t encounter any traffic on I-5.
Good luck with that.
But he arrived in time for Rangers batting practice Tuesday, when he pulled on a pair of baseball pants and donned one of those Rangers trucker BP hats.
“I have work to do,” he told the writers who wanted a moment of his time.
None of it would be in an official capacity. He’s no longer drawing a salary from the Rangers since retiring after the 2018 season.
But that could be changing.