Carlos was a key part of an 11 run inning against the Cubs in 2006.
During his youth, Carlos played volleyball as well as baseball.
Carlos Beltran played for Puerto Rico in the 2006 World Baseball Classic.
Even though Carlos was voted to the AL All Star team in 2004, he was denied a spot because of his trade to an NL team. But because of an injury to Ken Griffey Jr, he played for the NL as a backup. This made him the first player to be voted to the All Star Game for one league and play for the other.
In 2005, Carlos Beltran was involved in a devastating collision with Mike Cameron in San Diego. This ended both of their seasons.
After the 2004 season, the Mets signed Carlos Beltran to a seven year 119 million dollar contract.
Carlos Beltran is a switch hitter.
Carlos splits his home between Port Washington, NY and Mantai, PR.
Carlos was the American League Player of the Month in April 2004.
Carlos is one of 22 players to hit a grand slam in two consecutive games.
Carlos Beltran has been number 15 his entire career.
Carlos tied the Mets' record for home runs in a single season with 41 in 2006.
Carlos Beltran won the American League Rookie of the Year award in 1999.
Carlos Beltran graduated from Fernando Callejas High School in Puerto Rico.