Found October 15, 2013 on YanksinExile.com:
The Yankees are a team that could use some bat power, and Carlos Beltran would reportedly be more than happy to lend his services. Let's make it happen Yankees! Beltran is set to be a free agent and according to CBS Sports, the Cardinals slugger wants to wear the pinstripes: Beltran once again "would strongly consider" signing with the Yankees when he hits the open market after the season. The Bronx Bombers need outfield help and offense in general, so Feinsand says there figures to be mutual interest. Beltran, 36, hit .296/.339/.491 (128 OPS+) with 24 home runs in 600 plate appearanes for the Cardinals this season. He's also been a monster in the postseason both this fall and throughout his entire career, a trait that would be appreciated in New York as long as the Yankees put together a team capable of getting back to the playoffs in the near future. The fit for both sides is obvious. The Yankees need offense, particularly a switch-hit...
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