- Jerry Crasnick, ESPN.com MLB Sr. Writer
That's $23.8 million for each of Beltran's five tools -- or, as owner Fred Wilpon might call them, "skill sets."
Some attributes can't be measured by the Internal Revenue Service or the 20-80 scouts rating scale. Beltran is a devoutly Christian man, so humble in nature and professional in his approach that he fits well in any clubhouse.
When Carlos Beltran plays like he is now, it's easy to see what the fuss was about when the Mets signed him, writes Jerry Crasnick.