Carlos Beltran was under the radar for much of the 2015 season, as it took him several months to dig out from an awful month of April. From May forward, Beltran compiled a .295/.357/.505 slash line for the Yankees, but that was just good enough to launch him inside the top 40 in Fantasy points for outfielders over that period. Some missed time with an oblique injury contributed to Beltran's place in the rankings, but then again, injury risk is part of the package when you draft him. With his age-39 season upon us, Beltran could be due for some decline, but he is still worth drafting in the later rounds in standard mixed leagues.
Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran reached base four times in the regular season finale, going 3 for 3 with a walk in the Sunday loss to the Orioles. His second season in pinstripes was better in nearly every area than his first as he finished the year slashing .276/.337/.471 with 19 homers. He got off to a slow start, but ended strong with a .292 average and 29 extra-base hits in the second half of the season.
Yankees right fielder Carlos Beltran went 2 for 4 Saturday with two runs scored and a three-run shot, his 16th home run of the season. He hasn't been able to maintain the torrid pace he set in August, but Beltran still has three homers, eight runs scored and eight RBI in 17 September games.
Yankees right fielder Carlos Beltran went 0 for 3 in Sunday's loss to Toronto. Beltran grounded into a double play and misplayed a ball in right, leading to a Toronto rally. The hitless day ended a 10-game hitting streak for Beltran. He hit .375 with 1.318 OPS over the streak.
Yankees right fielder Carlos Beltran continued his assault on big-league pitching on Saturday. After hitting a pinch-hit, three-run home run on Friday, Beltran homered in his very next at-bat in the first inning on Saturday. His solo home run gave the Yankees an early 1-0 lead, as they went on to beat the Blue Jays 4-1. The home run was Beltran's 12th of the season, and his fifth in 20 games since returning from the disabled list just after the All-Star break. Beltran, who also chipped in a double in the game, now owns a 10-game hit streak, during which he is batting .375 (12 for 32).
Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the eighth inning to beat Toronto on Friday. Beltran hit the 125th go-ahead homer of his career and the second pinch-hit home run. It was his first pinch hit homer since May 18, 2003. The home run extended Beltran's hitting streak to nine games. He's hitting .345 over the streak.
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