- The Padres and Miguel Tejada
Padres’ beat writer Corey Brock tweeted yesterday afternoon that the team has interest in Miguel Tejada. Truthfully it’s hard to understand why. Tejada could potentially take third base or maybe
- The Miguel Tejada Trade
In the blockbuster to end all blockbusters, the San Diego Padres acquired Miguel Tejada for double-A pitcher Wynn Pelzer on Thursday night. Damn hot tub, it’s not 2004 any more, and now this is more
- Projecting Both Miguel Tejada's
One of the odder stories this season was the revelation that former MVP shortstop Miguel Tejada is actually two years older than the public had been to led to believe. Despite the questionable
- Tejada to The Other Part of The Bay
, this time by inking 36-year-old Miguel Tejada to a one-year deal worth $6.5 million. Although early indications were that Tejada would man shortstop, reports since have the team still interested
- Daily Notes: Miguel Tejada Signs Mostly Major-League Deal
Table of Contents
Here's the table of contents for today's edition of Daily Notes.
1. Assorted Headlines for the Baseball Enthusiast
2. Graphs: Miguel Tejada's Career in WAR
- Tejada Returns to O's
Baltimore Orioles signed Miguel Tejada to a one-year, $6 million contract with $1M in possible incentives.
After a two-year stint in Houston, Tejada is headed back to Baltimore to take over third
- Tejada Fitting in San Diego
When the Padres acquired Miguel Tejada, they were likely looking for little more than a stopgap until David Eckstein returned from injury and some added depth for their bench. Instead, they've
- Pitchers Bring the Heat vs. a Declining Tejada
Several years back, Miguel Tejada was one of the standard-bearers at the shortstop position. The Dominican native combined tremendous power from his stocky 5-9, 215 pound frame with an uncanny
- Ruben Tejada. Ouch.
I threw this into a draft post three weeks ago when it happened, and never posted it. As Tejada prepares to return from the DL, I thought it might still be appropriate to share. I could try
- "At This Moment, Ruben Tejada is the Shortstop Here"
The New York Times had a piece earlier in the week, titled "Little Choice but to Hope Tejada Can Handle Job," featuring quite possibly the least-supportive selection of quotes I've ever seen
- Haiku About Ruben Tejada and Service Time Manipulations
(You may first want to read this article.).
One day short of a season
Yes, a bad season
Fell one home run short of one
He shouldn't complain