Veteran Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre is truly in a league all his own, and during Tuesday's game against the A's he did the kind of thing that he, and only he, does.
After timing a Jesse Hahn curveball, Beltre fell to a knee before launching the baseball far into the East Bay night:
And no, this wasn't any cheap shot. Statcast had the blast projected at 429 feet from the plate.
Add this to Beltre's highlight reel of unique feats on the diamond, which also include busting a move on the basepaths:
Showing off some top-notch juggling skills:
And being forced to put up with his teammates touching his head -- something everybody knows isn't on his list of favorite things in life:
Keep doing you, Adrian.