With future hall of famer Adrian Beltre retiring after last season, Asdrubal Cabera is set to take over third base for the rangers. “I’m going to be able to help the team no matter where. I’m here to play any position they want me to play and help the team.” Says Beltre.
He’s been working non-stop to be in the best shape of his life when he arrived at spring training. Lets get one thing clear, he isn’t coming in to replace the legendary Adrian Beltre. He’s coming to help The Rangers win some ballgames.
A lot of people are theorizing that he’ll be able to post big numbers, similar to his 2012 all-star season. Those numbers? 150 hits, 52 extra base hits, 68 RBIS and he hit .270.
Watch the video for the story from our Texas Rangers Spring Training coverage, in Surprise, Arizona.