General manager Jon Daniels has heard and read the reports suggesting that Nelson Cruz could be suspended for performance-enhancing drugs, but said on Friday that the Texas Rangers don’t have a firm contingency plan for right field if a penalty is handed down.Cruz is facing a 50-game ban for his alleged involvement with Biogenesis of America, and clinic founder Tony Bosch reportedly is providing Major League Baseball with testimony about his former clients.Cruz has yet to meet with MLB investigators, something that could happen June 24 as the Rangers spend an off day in New York, and Daniels said that no one from MLB has contacted the club.“I know the reports are out there, and we have not heard anything,” Daniels said. “I hate to say more often than not these types of reports are accurate, and I hope it’s not this time. If it comes to pass, then we’ll address it.”Although Daniels did not name a potential replacement, he ruled out both Mitch Moreland and prospect Mike Olt as candidates to initially fill in for Cruz.Moreland is on the disabled list with a strained hamstring, and the Rangers don’t want to risk further injury by giving him more ground to cover than he does at first base.“Maybe if he was 100 percent healthy,” Daniels said. “We haven’t had a lot of discussion about it recently. With his hamstring and everything we want to make sure he’s 100 percent healthy.”Olt has returned to action only recently at Triple A Round Rock after suffering from vision problems for several months. The Rangers want the third baseman to continue to catch up without having to worry about playing another position.That would leave Leonys Martin as the leading candidate to fill in if Cruz is suspended.“We don’t have any secret plans in place,” Daniels said. “I hope it doesn’t come to pass, but if it does then somebody will have to step up.”Medical updateJon Daniels is bracing for the possiblity that Opening Day starter Matt Harrison won’t return this season, though the left-hander is hoping to return by August.Harrison, who is recovering from back surgery to repair a herniated disk, could begin playing catch next week. However, Daniels stressed the Rangers will be patient with the 27-year-old.“I don’t want to dissuade his optimism, but I don’t want him to feel like he’s got to come back and be Superman,” Daniels said. “I don’t want him to feel like he’s got to come back and save us. I want him right.”Joakim Soria, who injured his pectoral muscle last month, threw live batting practice for the first time to major league hitters. The right-handed reliever is expected to throw batting practice again Monday.“Right now, he’s progressing,” Washington said. “It’s nice to see him throw the ball the way he’s throwing. He threw all of his pitches and looked great.”Alexi Ogando, who is on the disabled list for the second time this season, should be ready to pitch on the next road trip. Despite two DL stints, he’s going to remain in the rotation going forward.Profar, Andrus swapElvis Andrus returned to the second spot in the Rangers’ lineup after struggling in the leadoff spot during Ian Kinsler’s absence. Jurickson Profar batted first instead, ending Andrus’ streak of 23 straight starts in the leadoff spot.“I was just trying to make him more comfortable,” Washington said of Andrus, who is hitting .190 in his past 21 games. “When Elvis doesn’t play, Profar hits first, so I thought I’d see what happens.”Kinsler hitlessIn his second rehab game with the Frisco RoughRiders, second baseman Ian Kinsler went 0-for-4 with a walk and a strikeout in a 3-2, 11-inning loss to Corpus Christi. Kinsler is 0-for-7 in two games.Frisco hosts Corpus Christi again Saturday at 7:05 p.m.