Holliday will turn 37 years old in mid-January and has already made more than $145 million over his 13-year big league career. It is doubtful that he would be looking for more than a 1-2 year deal. Holliday could prove to be a fairly inexpensive short-term addition.
A 7x All-Star including as recently as the 2015 season, Holliday hit 20 homers and had 20 doubles with 62 RBI over 426 plate appearances in his final year with the Saint Louis Cardinals this past season.
Holliday would spell Brett Gardner in left field on occasion against some tougher lefties, serve in a DH role, and as a pinch-hitter. He also played in 10 games at first base last season and could see spot action there.