Major League Baseball players trying to mess with Adrian Beltre's head never gets old.
It's no secret that the Texas Rangers third baseman doesn't like people touching his noggin. Everyone is aware of this, so some players—teammates and opponents—will try to do it just to get a rise out of him.
Last year, Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus paid the price for touching his teammate's head during a break in play. Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera got in on the fun this season and has been a repeat offender.
On Tuesday, it was Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano's turn to get under Beltre's skin.
Cano and Beltre have played against each other for years but have been on the American League All-Star team together in four of the past five seasons.