NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. -- The Yankees made a quick strike to land a bat on the eve of baseball's Winter Meetings, agreeing to terms with outfielder/designated hitter Matt Holliday on a one-year, $13 million contract.The signing has not been officially announced by the team. MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi has confirmed the signing and its financial terms.Holliday, who turns 37 in January, batted .246 with a .322 on-base percentage and .461 slugging percentage in 110 games for the Cardinals this past season, producing 20 doubles, one triple, 20 home runs and 62 RBIs. The right-handed hitter is a seven-time All-Star and has spent 7 1/2 of his 13 big league seasons in St. Louis, owning a lifetime .303 average with 295 home runs and 1,153 RBIs in 1,773 games for the Cardinals, Rockies and Athletics. The Yankees' search for a proven hitter started with last month's trade ofBrian McCann to the Astros for two Minor League pitching prospects. Holliday figures to see most of his time as a DH for New York, though he could also see time in left field and at first base. In addition to Holliday, the Yankees had shown some level of interest in free-agent slugger Edwin Encarnacion, but ultimately balked at his high price tag. They were also interested in Carlos Beltran but did not tender him an offer before he agreed to a one-year, $16 million deal with the Astros. With the lineup vacancy plugged, general manager Brian Cashman will arrive at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center on Monday morning able to turn his full attention to the Yankees' pitching needs. Cashman has said the Yankees are in the market for multiple relievers -- they remain strongly interested in a reunion with closer Aroldis Chapman -- as well as a solid starting pitcher to supplement their rotation ofMasahiro Tanaka, Michael Pineda and CC Sabathia.