Either Adrian Beltre really wanted to get back to first or he ran into a terrifying ghost
If we know one thing about Adrian Beltre, it's that he will always wear his heart on his sleeve. When he's feeling the rhythm. When he's flabbergasted. When a poor, unfortunate soul has decided to touch his head. In whatever situation he finds himself, you'll be able to tell exactly how he's feeling.
So when Beltre took a bit too big of a turn around first base during Saturday's Rangers-Astros game, he didn't just make sure he got back to the bag -- he about-faced like he had seen a ghost and needed to alert the Mystery Machine:
He would've gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for those meddling Astros.