Beltre, who played for Texas from 2011 to 2018, had 477 home runs and 3,166 hits during a stellar 21-year career. He is a five-time Gold Glove winner, four-time All-Star and four-time Silver Slugger.
Texas made the playoffs four times with Beltre, winning the 2011 American League pennant.
Beltre did more than mash home runs and lock down the hot corner for two decades, however.
No one seemed to have more fun than him:
Beltre's No. 29 is the fifth number retired by Texas. The first four are Jackie Robinson's No. 42, Nolan Ryan's No. 34, Johnny Oates' No. 26 and Ivan Rodriguez's No. 7.