Beltre finished last season with 175 hits, 104 RBIs, and 32 homers. And as I said earlier, he achieved impressive objectives, such as earning his 1,501st career RBI, which made him the 54th player in history. He’s the fourth third-baseman to achieve this goal. He also became the 36th player in history to record 11,000 career plate appearances, and on August 24th, he earned his 2,900th hit, becoming the 39th player to do so.
I think the best highlight of Beltre’s 2016 is becoming the all-time hit leader by a Dominican Republic native with a total of 2,942 hits.