Rangers Chatter: 20 Years Later, Beltre Still Going Strong

Ten days shy of the 20th anniversary of his first big league hit, with the Dodgers, Adrian Beltre chalked up No. 3,090 on Thursday night for his current team, the Rangers, against his original team, and became the all-time hit leader among non-U.S. natives. Beltre broke his tie with Ichiro Suzuki, who retired earlier this season and took a front-office job with the Mariners.

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Yohander Mendez, the Rangers No. 7 rated prospect, is scheduled to make his major-league debut in Friday's opener against the Rockies. He takes the rotation spot of veteran Matt Moore, who is moving to the bullpen.

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