Carlos Beltran Career Stats Scoreboard

Carlos Beltran
Houston Astros

 

Unlike the time-limited showings we are now starting to get on the offensive accomplishments of Carlos Beltran over his 20 seasons in the big leagues, here’s a screen that will remain still long enough to wrap our minds around this man’s deservedness for great honors down the not too far distant road. Let’s hope he arrived here in Houston in time to be the major veteran cog we have needed to keep the Astros’ round World Series wheel rolling all the way to that long-awaited late October World Series victory we’ve been hoping for since 1962 and all those other years it really was – nothing more – than a dream.

Thank you for coming back to us, Carlos Beltran. We shall hope that you someday retire with the triple-sweet taste of having won a World Series, retired, and entered the Hall of Fame wearing the famous “H Star” logo of the Houston Astros. Pull off that hat trick and most, if not all of us, shall be happy to put aside all memory of what happened after the 2004 season.

If not all, winning heals so many wounds in baseball.

Here’s The Carlos Beltran Career Scoreboard on how well he’s done for 20 seasons through all games of yesterday, Sunday, June 11, 2017 with Home Runs, Doubles, Runs Scored, and Runs Batted In:

HOME RUNS

Carlos Beltran HR Standings
All Time Leaders Thru 6/11/2017
”Thank You, Baseball Almanac.com”
Barry Bonds 762 1
Hank Aaron 755 2
Babe Ruth 714 3
Alex Rodriguez 696 4
Willie Mays 660 5
Ken Griffey, Jr. 630 6
Jim Thome 612 7
Sammy Sosa 609 8
Albert Pujols 601 9
Frank Robinson 586 10
Mark McGwire 583 11
Harmon Killebrew 573 12
Rafael Palmeiro 569 13
Reggie Jackson 563 14
Manny Ramirez 555 15
Mike Schmidt 548 16
David Ortiz 541 17
Mickey Mantle 536 18
Jimmie Foxx 534 19
Willie McCovey 521 20
Frank Thomas 521
Ted Williams 521
Ernie Banks 512 23
Eddie Mathews 512
Mel Ott 511 25
Gary Sheffield 509 26
Eddie Murray 504 27
Lou Gehrig 493 28
Fred McGriff 493
Stan Musial 475 30
Willie Stargell 475
Carlos Delgado 473 32
Chipper Jones 468 33
Dave Winfield 465 34
Jose Canseco 462 35
Adam Dunn 462
Carl Yastrzemski 452 37
Miguel Cabrera 451 38
Jeff Bagwell 449 39
Vladimir Guerrero 449
Adrian Beltre 446 41
Dave Kingman 442 42
Jason Giambi 440 43
Paul Konerko 439 44
Andre Dawson 438 45
Juan Gonzalez 434 46
Andruw Jones 434
Cal Ripken, Jr. 431 48
Carlos Beltran 429 49

DOUBLES

Carlos Beltran Doubles Standings
All Time Leaders Thru 6/11/2017
”Thank You, Baseball Almanac.com”
Tris Speaker 792 1
Pete Rose 746 2
Stan Musial 725 3
Ty Cobb 724 4
Craig Biggio 668 5
George Brett 665 6
Nap Lajoie 657 7
Carl Yastrzemski 646 8
Honus Wagner 640 9
David Ortiz 632 10
Hank Aaron 624 11
Albert Pujols 608 12
Paul Molitor 605 13
Paul Waner 605
Cal Ripken, Jr. 603 15
Barry Bonds 601 16
Luis Gonzalez 596 17
Adrian Beltre 594 18
Todd Helton 592 19
Rafael Palmeiro 585 20
Robin Yount 583 21
Wade Boggs 578 22
Bobby Abreu 574 23
Charlie Gehringer 574
Ivan Rodriguez 572 25
Jeff Kent 560 26
Eddie Murray 560
Carlos Beltran 550 28

RUNS SCORED

Carlos Beltran Runs Scored Standings
All Time Leaders Thru 6/11/2017
”Thank You, Baseball Almanac.com”
Rickey Henderson 2,295 1
Ty Cobb 2,246 2
Barry Bonds 2,227 3
Hank Aaron 2,174 4
Babe Ruth 2,174
Pete Rose 2,165 6
Willie Mays 2,062 7
Alex Rodriguez 2,021 8
Stan Musial 1,949 9
Derek Jeter 1,923 10
Lou Gehrig 1,888 11
Tris Speaker 1,882 12
Mel Ott 1,859 13
Craig Biggio 1,844 14
Frank Robinson 1,829 15
Eddie Collins 1,821 16
Carl Yastrzemski 1,816 17
Ted Williams 1,798 18
Paul Molitor 1,782 19
Charlie Gehringer 1,774 20
Jimmie Foxx 1,751 21
Honus Wagner 1,736 22
Jesse Burkett 1,720 23
Cap Anson 1,719 24
Willie Keeler 1,719
Billy Hamilton 1,690 26
Albert Pujols 1,689 27
Bid McPhee 1,678 28
Mickey Mantle 1,676 29
Dave Winfield 1,669 30
Johnny Damon 1,668 31
Rafael Palmeiro 1,663 32
Ken Griffey, Jr. 1,662 33
Joe Morgan 1,650 34
Cal Ripken, Jr. 1,647 35
Jimmy Ryan 1,642 36
George Van Haltren 1,639 37
Gary Sheffield 1,636 38
Robin Yount 1,632 39
Eddie Murray 1,627 40
Paul Waner 1,627
Al Kaline 1,622 42
Roger Connor 1,620 43
Fred Clarke 1,619 44
Chipper Jones 1,619
Lou Brock 1,610 46
Jake Beckley 1,600 47
Ed Delahanty 1,599 48
Bill Dahlen 1,589 49
George Brett 1,583 50
Jim Thome 1,583
Rogers Hornsby 1,579 52
Tim Raines 1,571 53
Carlos Beltran 1,552 54
Hugh Duffy 1,552

RUNS BATTED IN

Carlos Beltran RBI Standings
All Time Leaders Thru 6/11/2017
”Thank You, Baseball Almanac.com”
Hank Aaron 2,297 1
Babe Ruth 2,213 2
Alex Rodriguez 2,086 3
Barry Bonds 1,996 4
Lou Gehrig 1,995 5
Stan Musial 1,951 6
Ty Cobb 1,937 7
Jimmie Foxx 1,922 8
Eddie Murray 1,917 9
Willie Mays 1,903 10
Cap Anson 1,879 11
Albert Pujols 1,862 12
Mel Ott 1,860 13
Carl Yastrzemski 1,844 14
Ted Williams 1,839 15
Ken Griffey, Jr. 1,836 16
Rafael Palmeiro 1,835 17
Dave Winfield 1,833 18
Manny Ramirez 1,831 19
Al Simmons 1,827 20
Frank Robinson 1,812 21
David Ortiz 1,768 22
Honus Wagner 1,732 23
Frank Thomas 1,704 24
Reggie Jackson 1,702 25
Jim Thome 1,699 26
Cal Ripken, Jr. 1,695 27
Gary Sheffield 1,676 28
Sammy Sosa 1,667 29
Tony Perez 1,652 30
Ernie Banks 1,636 31
Harold Baines 1,628 32
Chipper Jones 1,623 33
Goose Goslin 1,609 34
Nap Lajoie 1,599 35
George Brett 1,595 36
Mike Schmidt 1,595
Andre Dawson 1,591 38
Rogers Hornsby 1,584 39
Harmon Killebrew 1,584
Al Kaline 1,583 41
Miguel Cabrera 1,581 42
Adrian Beltre 1,577 43
Jake Beckley 1,575 44
Carlos Beltran 1,560 45

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Bill McCurdy
Principal Writer
Editor, Publisher
The Pecan Park Eagle

 

 

 

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3 Responses to “Carlos Beltran Career Stats Scoreboard”

  1. Al Doyle Says:

    Also check Beltran’s career percentage on stolen base attempts. It’s exceptional.

  2. Mark W Says:

    I know this is a Carlos Beltran column, but I’m looking for a place to work something in on another player. I had the pleasure of seeing the MLB debut last night of a young man named Derek Fisher. In his first MLB game, vs. the Texas Rangers, Fisher made a lasting impression. In his very first at bat in the 2nd inning, the left-hander launched a monstrously high opposite field fly ball to very deep left where it was caught for an impressive out. What impressed about that is how you knew he didn’t get a very good piece of that ball, and yet he did quite a lot with it anyway. His second time up in the 4th, with the Astros nursing a thin 2-0 lead, a runner on first and one out, he patiently worked the count full and then drew his first MLB walk. We didn’t score, but he did his part. In the 6th inning with Texas still very much in the game trailing 0-4, Fisher led off with an authoritative homerun, again to the opposite field. Jake Marisnick immediately followed with his own opposite field homerun and it was feeling very much like our game – which understates the matter since Fisher came to bat again later in the same inning and drove in our 8th run of the inning with a base hit. George Springer also had 2 hits in the inning. How many players get 2 hits in one inning in their first MLB game? It was quite a debut, and while it was only one game, it wouldn’t be at all surprising to me if the name of Derek Fisher also features prominently on one of these leader lists, alongside his senior citizen teammate, Carlos Beltran.

  3. Mark W Says:

    There was another impressive debut in this game, by a youngster named Francis Martes. He made an unimpressive relief appearance a few days ago, but last night he made his debut as a major league starter. At a time when the Astros are hurting for quality starting pitching, this young man displayed what appears to be a frightening curve ball and blazing mid-90s heat, limiting the Rangers to 3 hits and one run over 5 innings. It was his last inning, the 5th, that was most impressive. Still with a pretty low pitch count, the leadoff batter, Rangers catcher Jonathan Lucroy, got to Martes for a double into the LC gap. Then he walked slugger Joey Gallo (who later in the game hit a 465 foot homerun to dead center that landed on top of the big green box that sits in front of the place where Tal’s Hill used to be. This homer would have cleared Tal’s Hill with plenty of room to spare beyond the 436 foot mark.) Martes then hit Jurickson Profar. Bases loaded, no out. Even before plunking Profar, I told the 24 year-old young man sitting next to me, who was born in Moscow and moved to the U.S. at the age of 16, and who was attending the very first baseball game of his young life, that I though Martes should come out as he was looking like he was losing command of his curve ball. But only after the Profar HBP did our brain trust visit the mound. As management and infielders circled around young Martes for a pow-wow, I confidently pointed out to my young friend the Astros pitcher warming up in the bullpen and predicted he soon would be walking towards the mound, with the idea being to protect the young pitcher’s delicate 2-0 lead and his delicate young rookie ego from a confidence-shattering implosion. I was thus surprised to see all the brain trust leaving the mound with Martes still holding the baseball. Thus, with the bases loaded and no out, Martes struck out Jared Hoying. Then he walked young Delino DeShields, forcing in the first Rangers run, and I felt sure Martes now would be removed. But, no one arrived to extract the young man, and he proceeded to induce a dinky infield pop-up from Shin-Soo Choo and got Nomar Mazara looking at a called third strike to end the inning with no further damage. Martes looked poised and composed throughout the nail-biting experience, and I decided to look up his age on my roster. He is 21 years old. As Al Pacino famously said in “Scent of a Woman”, “Oooowah!”

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