Found October 27, 2011 on MetsOnline:
PLAYERS: Ruben Tejada
TEAMS: New York Mets

Ruben Tejada as a member of Team Panama at the 2001 LLWS (courtesy of Little League International)This photo was taken in 2001 of Ruben Tejada on the Team Panama for the Little League World Series. But, I’m pretty sure this photo was taken a year ago. The guy looks like he’s 13 now, right?

The big question, however, is what this kid will be doing next year?

Will he be starting at shortstop or second base? Coming off the bench? Or will he be traded to another team?

Only time will tell…

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