Carlos Beltran and B.J. Upton could provide a major lift to the porous San Francisco Giants offense.
The Giants' offense is 26th in runs, 25th in batting average, 24th in on-base percentage and 26th in slugging percentage.
San Francisco proved last season that they can win with great pitching and timely hitting. They also proved that they could find a gem in Cody Ross, a player who performed at an unbelievable level in the postseason. If they didn't go out and find that bat at the deadline, the Giants don't win the World Series.
Should they give up more prospects for Beltran or Upton, or take a chance on a Cody Ross type of player?
Here are five legitimate rumors that are flying around in the Bay Area.