New York Yankees Trade Carlos Beltran To Rangers (Report)
Adam Hunger, USATI

The New York Yankees have parted with their 39-year-old outfielder in a deal that will send him to the Texas Rangers.

According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, the New York Yankees have agreed to a deal which will send Carlos Beltran to the Texas Rangers in exchange for 22-year-old right-hander Dillon Tate.

Jack Curry of the YES Network later added that the Yankees will receive right-handers Eric Swanson and Nick Green as well.

Beltran, who can help the Rangers immensely in their push for the postseason, is hitting .304 with 22 homers and 64 RBIs in 99 games this season.

Tate, who currently resides in Class A, was the fourth overall pick in the 2015 MLB draft. After bolstering the farm system with two prior moves this past week, the Yankees have displayed a clear attempt to fortify their future starting pitching with this move.

With a .332 average, 16 homers, and 40 RBIs in 52 career postseason games, Beltran, 39, is one of the more prolific playoff performers of all time. Now, he will look to help deliver the Rangers their first world championship in franchise history.

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