MLB free agency is currently on hold while the lockout negotiations (or lack thereof) continue to drag on, but that hasn’t stopped some players from expressing certain demands for when the market opens back up. Former Colorado Rockiesshortstop Trevor Story is one of the top remaining players left in free agency, and he has one request for teams interested in adding him to the roster. According to Patrick Saunders, Story isn’t interested in changing his position in order to better fit with a new team.

Saunders’ report could impact some teams’ interest in Story, especially those clubs with a sound option at shortstop who were hoping to convince the slugger to move over to second base or third base.