This photo of Adrian Beltre dressed as a 'Texan' belongs in a museum
After a tough 3-2 loss to the White Sox on Sunday, the Rangers were headed to Anaheim for a big four-game set against the Angels. To get extra motivation, the Rangers decided to channel some state pride -- donning Texas flag blazers, jeans, cowboy hats and western-style belt buckles. They were "Texans" and they were looking fantastic:
Watch out Cali, Texans are coming. pic.twitter.com/BfaobfLp0X— Texas Rangers (@Rangers) August 20, 2017
But one man looked, perhaps, more fantastic than all the rest. You probably know who we're talking about. You definitely know who we're talking about.
Swag never sleeps. 🐐 pic.twitter.com/KypVYOQKlu— Texas Rangers (@Rangers) August 20, 2017
I mean, that looks like a portrait that you'd see hanging over a fireplace in some old lodge on a Texas ranch. Or maybe in a museum exhibit detailing the wild American West during the 19th century. So regal, so handsome.
Either way, we all should know this: