He's done it again.
Adrian Beltre, for the second time in six years, has completely rebuilt his value during a contract year and has earned himself another huge contract.
The Texas Rangers will potentially pay Beltre $96 million over a six-year contract to carry on his mastery of the third base position and to, hopefully, continue hitting the ball like he did for Boston this past season.
Now, I'm not here to debate over whether or not Beltre got too much money. I'm not going to talk about whether or not the Angels and A's should've stepped up their offers for the All-Star third baseman.
I'm not even going to talk about the trio of Beltres (Engel Beltre, Omar Beltre and now Adrian Beltre) that are currently part of the Texas 40-man roster, though it is quite the fun fact.
What I am interested in is what this signing means for a handful of other guys around the league. Let's go ahead and begin with what the move means for Beltre's new teammate, Michael Young.