Texas Rangers veteran Adrian Beltre is nearing the end of what has been a very successful career, and the four-time All-Star hit a major milestone on Friday.

In the bottom of the first inning against the Cleveland Indians, Beltre clobbered a home run to dead center. The solo shot was the 400th of his MLB career, which began all the way back in 1998 for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Once it landed, spectators jumped onto the grass to try to snatch the home run ball. Meanwhile, the Globe Life Park crowd went crazy for Beltre as a banner dropped to congratulate him.

There are still plenty more games to be played this season, but this will be one of the biggest highlights of the year for Beltre.


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