The Texas Rangers have a unique problem at the shortstop position that most teams around the league would envy.
They have 24-year-old Elvis Andrus, who in a few short years has already established himself as one of the best shortstops in the American League. They also have budding star Jurickson Profar, who at age 19 is considered one of the top prospects in baseball and a future superstar in the league.
Both players can’t play shortstop at the same time. Andrus will be a free agent after 2014 and is represented by super-agent Scott Boras, which further complicates the situation.
There is a possibility the Rangers shuffle some players around, meet Boras’ expected contract demands, and keep both Andrus and Profar. There is also a real possibility that Andrus is dealt before his contract expires.
Should this happen, here are some possible landing spots for the young All-Star.