The White Sox report to Spring Training in two days and questions are already brewing about what to do at shortstop. After Juan Uribe gave the White Sox a hometown discount, the White Sox went out and acquired a solid shortstop in Orlando Cabrera. It is obvious that he will be their shortstop barring a serious injury. So what to do with Uribe? He is making 4.5 million dollars, too much to put him on the bench. And they have a second baseman in Danny Richar and a DH in Jim Thome. So what can they do? One AL executive said that he would not be surprised if the Orioles made a move, especially if they do not trade Brian Roberts. Uribe hit .234 with 20 HR and 68 RBI while Luis Hernandez, who played in just 30 games, hit .290 with 1 HR. Hernandez may be the future at shortstop and if the Orioles are trying to get younger, it wouldn't be smart to bring in an another aging player. I think a trade involving Juan Uribe will happen in the first week or so of exhibition games. I do not think the White Sox want the unrest in the clubhouse while everyone is trying to get comfortable and in to in-season form.