The Texas Rangers made what looked to be their only big move when they stole left-hander Cliff Lee right out from under the New York Yankees' hefty wallet.
However, it looks like the Rangers are not done moving as they are looking for a backup or platoon guy at first, to split time with current first baseman Chris Davis.
Davis has struggled in each of his stints with the big league club and that continues to hold true this season.
He's currently hitting .200 with just three runs batted in and not a single home run all season.
While they are apparently in "deep conversations" with one club, there are two other clubs that they are looking at with interest as well.
It doesn't seem like the Rangers are ready to replace Davis altogether, but he's certainly not helping them offensively.
Here are the teams and players the Rangers are looking at to possibly replace Davis at first base.