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Hernandez strikes out Beltre, then laughs at him

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Seattle Mariners ace Félix Hernández and Texas Rangers third baseman Adrián Beltré used to be teammates. In fact, they were teammates with the Mariners for five-years.

Yet, on Tuesday night, they faced each other as opposing players. According to MLB.com, the two former teammates faced each other 70 times going into the Mariners and Rangers game.

Felix Hernandez makes a pitch against the Rangers

Félix Hernández pitching against the Texas Rangers

During the second inning of the game, the two had some fun at Beltré’s expense. See during Beltré’s at-bat, Hernández had him shook with a curve ball that the potential future Hall of Famer barely put in a swing.

Following the strikeout and as Beltré was headed back to the dugout, Hernández began to laugh at Beltré.

The way these two were acting, Hernández may not let his friend live this down, at least for a while.

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