Adrian Beltre launched a dinger from his knees again and, no, this will never get old
Some things get old -- cars, bread, Winona Ryder in Edward Scissorhands. But some things just don't. Some things last forever. Some things get better and better every time you see them. One of these things is Adrian Beltre hitting home runs while dropping down to one knee:
Yes, once again, during his team's wild 3-2 win over the Astros, the Rangers third baseman cracked his signature dinger. It was his 30th of the year and at a Statcast homer exit velocity record (for him this season) at 107.6 mph.
Beltre talked after the game about the homer's exit velo:
And regarding the knees ...
Hopefully, someday, a statue of the knee-homer move is built in front of the main gates at Globe Life Park in Arlington. That, or it's imprinted on the $100 bill.