Raul Ibanez delivered a disproportionate amount of the Yankees' biggest home runs in 2012, and now a team that could have used a few of those shots themselves is apparently showing interest in acquiring the 40 year old "outfielder." Via The Dallas Morning News, the Rangers are apparently interested in Ibanez's services for the coming season, presumably as a platoon DH/reserve outfielder. The Rangers have a lineup that's heavily tilted to the right, and obviously lost their best left-handed hitter in Josh Hamilton, so Ibanez would be a reasonably good fit if they can find a place to play him. In addition to the clutchitude, Ibanez hit .248/.319/.492 against right-handed pitchers, and even filled in surprisingly well in the outfield as a bridge between Brett Gardner and Ichiro Suzuki. The Yankees still need a DH, particularly one who can handle right handed pitchers, so a reunion with Ibanez certainly makes sense if all parties are amicable, though I would be surprised if Ibanez didn't have his fair share of suitors after remaining productive this past year.