Adrian Beltre beat out a play at first and brought back the Rangers' famous antlers
In the bottom of the fourth inning during the Rangers', 5-4, win over the Orioles, Beltre hit a grounder to O's third baseman
That's weird, right? Well no, not exactly. There's some history behind it -- and it stretches to 2010, when the "Claw and Antlers" craze became ever-so-popular among the Rangers, who were the runners-up in the World Series. The same season, outfielder Josh Hamilton received American League MVP honors. Needless to say, the squad had a great year.
In an article in The Dallas News, infielder
It was such a fun time for Rangers fans back in those days, why not relive it? Especially at the hands of Beltre.