Source says Yankees and Carlos Beltran have agreed to a three-year, $45 million deal.
Yankees will also give up a first round draft pick with this signing. The switch-hitting Beltran 24 home runs, 17 of them coming from the left side, a total that will likely go up moving to Yankee stadium and he will be able to DH at times this season, which could help him stay healthy for a full season. Analyst: Michael Pichan View Profile
Red Sox agree to re-sign Mike Napoli on a 2-year, $32 million deal.
Napoli reportedly took less money to stay with the World Champs. Napoli hit one less home run in 31 more games in 2013 than he did in 2012, but he showed improvement in almost every other statistical category, in part because he played 139 games, one shy of his career-high, a trend that could continue if he does not catch again in 2014. Analyst: Michael Pichan View Profile