Angels: With Aybar and Izturis on the left side of the infield, Michael Young suddenly looks pretty good. If Reagins traded for Wells, why not Young?
Astros: Barmes make Young look like Hanley. Defensively too.
Athletics: Probably would be an upgrade over Kouzmanoff, but he can still have a nice season. Pennington on the other hand, had a higher WAR than Young last season, due to his superior defense.
Blue Jays: Bautista is listed at third, so that is out of the question. Compared to Escobar at short, Young would be better offensively, but worse defensively.
Braves: Young probably would hit better than Gonzalez at short, but no way will the Braves sit Chipper for him.
Brewers: Yuniesky at short. Who wouldn't sit Betancourt for Young at short? (Dayton Moore?) McGehee had higher WAR and OPS+ compared to Young, so no thank you.
Cardinals: Freese looks okay at third, but Theriot is no match for Young.
Cubs: Starlin Castro and Aramis Ramirez. Looks solid here.
Diamondbacks: Drew and Mora looks okay too.
Dodgers: Blake and Furcal. Not too bad.
Giants: Sandoval and Tejada. Let's leave them alone.
Indians: Nix and Cabrera looks okay from last year's stats. However, Young would be slight upgrade over both.
Mariners: Replacing Wilson with Young looks fine. Why is this guy a starting shortstop again?
Marlins: Sitting Hanley? No. Sitting Helms? Yes!
Mets: Reyes and Wright. Looks about right.
Nationals: Desmond could improve next year. Zimmerman will still be Zimmerman (and not Zimmermann).
Orioles: Hardy and Reynolds seem set. Hardy could do better, and Young could do worse.
Padres: Barlett and Headley, though not big power hitters, can contribute as much as Young can.
Phillies: With Polanco and Rollins, Young won't find a spot.
Pirates: Alvarez is a no-touch, because he is still improving, but Cedeno benched for Young won't kill the team.
Rays: Brignac earned a spot at short. Can you imagine picking Young over Longoria?
Red Sox: Scutaro, why not. Youkilis, you tell us.
Reds: Janish can outperform Young this season, but there's also a large possibility that he won't. Rolen on the other hand, probably will outperform Young.
Rockies: With Tulowitzki and Stewart manning the positions, I don't see Young starting.
Royals: Young can hit better than Escobar and Aviles, right?
Tigers: Peralta and Inge: two guys who can, and probably will be benched for Young if given the choice.
Twins: Casilla and Valencia looks respectable there, assuming Casilla will finally be Good Alexi and not Bad Alexi.
White Sox: Some people might choose Ramirez and Morel, which could pay off. Me? Welcome to Chicago, Michael Young.
Yankees: Jeter and Rodriguez. Two FAT contracts, two guys not getting benched anytime soon.
Looking back, 16 out of 29 teams can get a considerable upgrade in Young. However, his contract and no trade clause is in the way, and might not budge easily.