I just read this from Texas' website...
"He was a shortstop by trade his whole life until being signed by the Yankees. But once we get out of this arena and get back to Phoenix under the sun with the fungos in our hand, we will get a chance to look at where we go forward."
But they also say:
The versatile Soriano could play second base, moving current second baseman Young -- who racked up 200 hits and hit over .300 -- to shortstop, or he could play center field. That would send young center fielder Nix to left field and veteran second baseman Eric Young back to the infield. Soriano had been the Yankees' primary leadoff hitter during the past two seasons but it is unclear where exactly where he will hit in the batting order.
here is the full article
http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mlb/news/ ... &fext=.jsp