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Former Red Sox player Adrian Beltre gets 3,000th hit

ARLINGTON, TX - JULY 30: Adrian Beltre #29 of the Texas Rangers hits his 3,000 Major League Baseball career hit in the fourth inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Globe Life Park in Arlington on July 30, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Rick Yeatts/Getty Images)

ARLINGTON, Texas  — Adrian Beltre doubled for his 3,000th career hit Sunday, reaching the milestone in the Texas Rangers’ 10-6 loss to the Baltimore Orioles.

The Rangers already were down 4-0 when the 38-year-old third baseman, who went 1 for 5 in his 2,771st game, had a hard hit down the line past third base in the fourth inning.

Beltre became the first player from the Dominican Republic, and 31st overall, to join the 3,000-hit club in the major leagues.

Jonathan Schoop and Welington Castillo homered in a five-run fifth for a 9-2 Orioles lead. Castillo also had the last of three consecutive RBI singles off lefty Martin Perez (5-9) in the fourth.

Wade Miley (5-9) went five innings and one of the four hits he allowed being to Beltre, who grounded a 3-0 pitch that went past the bag and then ricocheted off the side wall into left field.