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Carlos Iván Beltrán, a Puerto Rican former professional baseball player, had an illustrious career in Major League Baseball (MLB) as an outfielder from 1998 to 2017. He played for several teams, including the Kansas City Royals, Houston Astros, and New York Mets, and was known for his switch-hitting ability and prowess in the outfield. Beltrán achieved significant milestones, such as winning nine MLB All-Star selections, three Gold Glove Awards, two Silver Slugger Awards, and becoming part of the elite 30–30 club. He also gained fame for his exceptional performance in postseason games, earning him various nicknames like "The New Mr. October." However, his career was later marred by his involvement in the Astros' illegal sign-stealing scandal during their 2017 championship season, which led to his stepping down as the Mets' manager before managing a game.