The Boston Red Sox have a need for a right fielder next season and Carlos Beltran could be the newest right fielder playing Pesky's Pole next year at Fenway. Red Sox front office members have talked about possibly signing Beltran or using Ryan Kalish and Josh Reddick in right. Kalish and Reddick would be considerably cheaper for Boston. Beltran hit .300 last season with 22 home runs and 84 RBI's, a huge upgrade from the oft injured J.D. Drew. However, the down side on signing Beltran is that he is 34. Beltran's skills aren't going to get better, they are just going to diminish. The Red Sox desperately need a right fielder, or at the least an outfielder (just move around Crawford and Ellsbury), and Beltran is the best outfielder on the market this offseason.