Miguel Tejada’s career in Major League Baseball could be over.
The Miami Marlins released the former six-time All-Star shortstop, the Sun-Sentinel reported on Saturday afternoon. Tejada had played in 14 games with Miami’s Double-A affiliate in Jacksonville, collecting five hits in 14 plate appearances.
The 40-year-old infielder burst onto the scene in the early 2000s with the...
The Miami Marlins have released former All-Star infielder Miguel Tejada.
Assigned to Double-A Jacksonville, Tejada totaled 14 at-bats over four games (May 31-June 4) before going on the disabled list with a right shoulder injury.
Tejada, 40, told ESPN Deportes he planned on playing winter ball in his native Dominican Republic during the offseason and determine thereafter whether...
Miguel Tejada has signed a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins. Yes, you read that right. The former American League MVP back in 2002 is attempting a comeback in the majors less than a week before he’s going to turn the ripe young age of 40. We decided to check in on pop culture and what was happening when Tejada made his MLB debut with the Oakland Athletics back in...
Miguel Tejada has been suspended 105 games by Major League Baseball for violating its joint drug program, one of the longest suspensions ever handed down.
The 39-year-old Tejada had previously tested positive under the league's amphetamine policy, so he was subject to a 25-game ban for a second test and an 80-game suspension for a third, both of which occurred while playing...
ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST
Miguel Tejada has been suspended 105 games for reportedly failing multiple drugs tests for the prescription drug Adderall.
by John Viril—
The Kansas City Royals have struggled all season to find production at second base. They’ve tried Chris Getz, Elliot Johnson, and Johnny Giavotella at the keystone with 39-year-old Miguel Tejada as nothing more than an occasional fill-in.
That is until Chris Getz injured his left knee July 27.
Since that time, Tejada has been a fixture in the Royals lineup. He’s...
by John Viril—
As desperate as it seems, 39-year-old Miguel Tejada is the Kansas City Royals best option at 2nd base. The Royals can prevent runs. They can pitch and field with the best teams in the league. What they can’t do is hit. Second base is black hole that sucks runs from the lineup. Tejada is the only candidate that can bring even a semblance of offense.
Reports started late yesterday afternoon, first through a Twitter account that is billed as the official twitter feed of Miguel Tejada and then through various media outlets (although I believe Britt Ghiroli of MLB.com was the first) that Tejada was reporting to Sarasota for a workout and a physical with Baltimore.However, Tejada started talking. First, he went on Z101 in the Dominican...
LET'S DO IT AGAIN
The Orioles may be bringing back a familiar face. It looks like they are giving an opportunity to Miguel Tejada, their former star.
Miguel Tejada has been invited to work out for the Baltimore Orioles at their extended spring training camp in Florida.
Tejada will go to Sarasota, Fla., and take a physical for the team in addition to his workout. Orioles spokeswoman Monica Barlow says the sides have not agreed to a contract.
The veteran infielder, however, is expecting more than a tryout. He tells The Associated...
Via AP on Fox
May 04, 2012