The Red Sox are hoping that trend continues in 2010.
Beltre finished the summer with a .265 batting average and just eight home runs to go with 44 RBIs in 111 games played. However, Beltre hit .279 on the road — compared to .250 at home — suggesting that the Seattle ballpark gave the 2004 NL MVP runner-up some problems.
NESN Insiders Tony Massarotti from 98.5 The Sports Hub and Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe discussed what Beltre brings to the club.
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