And when it comes to replacing that lost power, Beltran should do just fine. The spray chart below shows his BIP distribution from the left side of the plate last year. You'll notice that the bulk of his power production comes from the left side of the plate and there are a fair amount of balls on the warning track that would have made it out of the short porch in Yankee Stadium.
(Courtesy of Texas Leaguers. Click to embiggen)
Beltran hit .315/.362/.509 as a lefty in 2013 (.377 wOBA). That slash jumps to .417/.408/.813 when he pulled the ball from the left side of the plate, including 15 of his 24 home runs. He may be a wild card in terms of his health and age-related regression, but when it comes to producing from the left side, Beltran should be a more than adequate replacement for Cano in the 3rd spot of the batting order.