The American League West certainly boasts some of the most versatile designated hitters in the game.
Texas has Michael Young, who has started at all four infield positions. Los Angeles designated hitter Bobby Abreu was an All-Star outfielder and Seattle will use its catcher of the future Jesus Montero at designated hitter.
Then there's Oakland, where Manny Ramirez and his Hall of Fame credentials will take over at DH in May.
So whose got it best when it comes to DH? Here are the rankings.
1. Texas It's good when you can boast the team's reigning player of the year at DH like the Rangers can with Michael Young. While Young won't exclusively be a DH, as he'll also fill in at first base and third base. Young was in the running for a batting title in 2011 and set a career high with 106 RBI and finished eighth in AL MVP voting. The RBI numbers will be hard to equal this year as Young won't be hitting cleanup like he did for the final half of the 2011 season. The Rangers will also us...