Carlos Delgado on his charitable work in Puerto Rico, Carlos Beltran’s baseball future and the overuse of analytics in the game

NEW YORK — In the 11 years since he retired from the majors, slugging first baseman Carlos Delgado says there have been stretches of time when he’s been so busy running his Extra Bases charitable foundation in his native Puerto Rico, that his schedule has mirrored the one he kept during his 17-year baseball career. “My wife (Betzy) says, ‘I think you work more now than when you used to play.’ I’m like, ‘Not quite.’ I don’t miss airplanes,” says Delgado. Unlike other baseball peers who hit the links in retirement, or maybe transition into a television career or return to the baseball diamond as…

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