Carlos Beltran Net Worth is$45 Million
Carlos Beltran Salary is$19.2 Million
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Profession: Baseball player
Date of Birth: Apr 24, 1977
Nicknames: Carlos Beltran
Country: United States of America
Carlos Beltran Salary Carlos Beltran's 2009 salary was $19.2 million. Carlos Beltran is a professional Baseball player in the MLB and has a net worth of $45 million. Carlos Beltran has earned his net worth through his career as an outfielder with the Kansas City Royals, The Houston Astros, New York Mets and the San Francisco Giants. In the 1995 draft, Beltran was on the rookie level team for the Kansas City Royals and in 1999, won the position of the Royals leadoff hitter, as well as the starting center fielder. He moved up to the third batting position that year and was named Rookie of the Year. During the 2000 games, Beltran lost his position (because of injuries) and his position was replaced by Johnny Damon. But in 2001 he came back swinging and regained his position, batting .306 with 23 home runs and an RBI of 101. He was always known for starting out slowly and then gaining momentum, and in 2004 he was named American League Player of the Month of April. In 2004, after the teams General Manager, Allard Baird decided to dismantle the team for the sole purpose of rebuilding it, Beltran was traded to the Houston Astros. Later that year Beltron became the replacement for NL starter Ken Griffey Jr. after Griffey was placed on the disabled list. Even though Beltron was selected for the nationals, he wasn't allowed a place in the All Star game and he is known as the first player ever to play for one team, while being selected for the another. Beltran set a record with five straight postseason games, scoring a home run. After the 2004 season was over, Beltron became a free agent and offered the New York Yankess a discount of $19 million, which they declined. Beltron then signed with New York Mets with a seven year contract and the offer of $119 million. Only nine other contracts in the history of baseball ever surpassed $100 million. In 2005 Beltran was seriously injured in a collision with outfielder Mike Cameron, when they both went for a ball in shallow right center field. The head on collision caused Beltran to suffer with vertigo for a while. Cameron suffered a concussion, broken cheekbones and temporary loss of vision. He is a winner of the Silver Slugger Award (1996) and the Gold Glove (2006) and in the 2007-2008 season won his second Gold Glove. In 2011, Beltran was traded to the San Francisco Giants. The Mets paid the remaining $4 million Beltran had coming to him for his contract with them, to the Giants. Beltran was born in Manati, Puerto Rico. He graduated from Fernando Callejo High School in 1995 and was selected the second round of that years amatuer baseball draft, by the Kansas City Royals. He was an avid player of volleyball and baseball. With his father's influence, he decided to drop volleyball and concentrate solely on baseball. Which prove to pay off immensely for his career. Beltran is the founder of the Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy in the town of Florida, Puerto Rico. The teachers at the Academy are MBL players and they instruct students ages 14 to 18 in the sport of Baseball. Beltran resides in Port Washinton, New York and Manati, Puerto Rico. He is the cousin of the San Diego Padres centerfielder, Reymond Fuentes.
Carlos Ivan Beltran (Spanish pronunciation: ['karloz ?el't?an]; born April 24, 1977 in Manati, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican professional baseball outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball.
In his youth, Beltran excelled in many sports, with volleyball and baseball being his favorites. At his father's urging, he gave up volleyball to concentrate on baseball when he was seventeen. Graduating from Fernando Callejo High School in 1995, the highly-regarded five tool player was selected by the Kansas City Royals in the second round of that year's amateur baseball draft.
After selecting Beltran in the 1995 Major League Baseball Draft, the Kansas City Royals assigned him to their rookie-level team in the Gulf Coast League, the Wilmington Blue Rocks. Beltran made his Major League debut on September 14, 1998, playing 15 games. Going into 1999, he won the job as the Royals' starting center fielder and leadoff hitter. He displayed significant power by midsummer, and was moved to the #3 slot in the batting order. Beltran won the American League Rookie of the Year award, batting .293 with 22 home runs, 108 RBI and 27 stolen bases. On September 27, 1999, Beltran made the final out at Tiger Stadium striking out against relief pitcher Todd Jones as the Detroit Tigers beat the Royals 8-2.
Injuries restricted Beltran to 98 games during the 2000 season and he slumped to .247, losing his center field position to the popular Johnny Damon. After Damon was traded to the Athletics following the season, Beltran regained his job in 2001 and recaptured his rookie form. He batted .306 with 24 home runs and 101 RBI in that season, followed by lines of .273-29-105 in 2002 and .307-26-100 in 2003.
Beltran became known for starting sluggishly, and stayed like that for the rest of his career, as in 2003 when he batted .194 in April. His luck changed in 2004, as Beltran began the year with 8 home runs and 19 RBI and was selected as American League Player of the Mon

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Already A Hero Back Home, Carlos Beltrán Knows He Has More Work Ahead To Rebuild Puerto Rico

As his Delta flight descended toward San Juan last month, Carlos Beltrán stared out the window at two distinctly different swaths of blue. There was the Atlantic Ocean, as well as the sea of tarps covering the countless houses that had lost their roofs.
Posted: December 7, 2017, 9:03 am

Carlos Beltran confident in Aaron Boone as Yankees manager, could find himself back with club

Carlos Beltran technically lost the Yankees manager race to Aaron Boone, but he endorsed the team’s decision, citing Boone’s personality, baseball knowledge and family pedigree. “He’s going to do a good job for them, definitely,” Beltran, a ...
Posted: December 6, 2017, 5:58 pm

A.J. Hinch pondering Astros' DH plan, internal options in left

The Astros aren't targeting in free agency or a trade a designated hitter to replace Carlos Beltran, so even if they added a position player, it probably wouldn't alter their DH plan much. What remains unclear is how much Gattis will catch. It's likely the ...
Posted: December 13, 2017, 7:20 pm
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