// Miguel Tejada

The Couch Potato Report: Sox, Skateboards, and Some Ponies

This weekend we’ll say good bye to a hot, steamy July and welcome in the month of August, which means one big thing to sports fans everywhere… we are that much closer to the return of football season! But while NFL players and college gridiron hopefuls bake under the hot summer sun at training camps […]

2009 Fantasy Baseball Season Wrap-Up

Aaaaaaannnnnnnnnnd that does it! The baseball season has officially come to an end. This of course means that fantasy baseball has officially closed in the year 2009. If we all want a taste of this game again, we will have to wait a few months until the 2010 draft preparations begin. Congratulations to all of […]

Lowrie, Green Not the Answer for the Red Sox

Eight. That is the number of shortstops that have seen regular playing time since the Red Sox traded away everyone’s favorite player and hometown hero Nomar Garciaparra in 2004. Of those eight, only one has been a success: Orlando Cabrera. As badly as the Red Sox front office has struck out with the shortstop position, […]

Fantasy Baseball Wrap-Up: Week 7 (5-18 – 5-24)

It is my personal opinion that Boston’s David Ortiz used steroids. I also believe that he is no longer taking any performance enhancers as evident by his lack of power this season. So, I speak for all of the Ortiz owners out there when I ask David Ortiz to please, start juicing again! There was a […]

All-Star Update: Yankees Fans Attack Papelbon

BREAKING NEWS: With one stroke of the bat, Red Sox RF J.D. Drew knocked in a 2-run shot off Cincinatti Reds SP Edinson Volquez to tie the All-Star Game at 2-2 in the 7th inning. We’ll keep you posted. Update: Sox Closer Jonathan Papelbon came in the 8th inning to a slew of boos and […]

Not Another Pink Hat (4-17)

Apparently the Mitchell Report was just the tip of the iceberg for Miguel Tejada. According to ESPN.com, Houston Astros’ shortstop Miguel Tejada lied about his age when he signed with the Oakland Athletics in 1993. Following the advice of a local coach, he said he was 17 years old when he signed, even though he […]

AL East Fantasy Preview: Baltimore Orioles

Baltimore has taken a bold step in the direction of the franchise and have decided to rebuild their team. Baltimore traded two of its biggest names in SS Miguel Tejada and ace pitcher Erik Bedard. Bedard stayed in the AL by being traded to Seattle and Tejada made the jump to the NL with the Houston […]

Congress After Miguel Tejada and Steroids

During today’s early morning hearing, Congress indicated that “further investigation is warranted” in regards to Miguel Tejada’s involvement with steroids. Congress cited a 2005 interview Tejada gave in connection with Rafael Palmeiro’s involvement with steroids. Palmeiro later indicated that he received an vitamin B-12 injection from Tejada, his teammate at the time. Tejada has remained […]

Varitek NOT Included in Mitchell Report

WEEI and WNBC erroneously reported that Red Sox captain Jason Varitek was included in the report. He was NOT named as was originally reported, and so far Julian Tavarez’s name is not reported either. Miguel Tejada has been reported to have been included in the list after being thrown on and taken off the draft […]

Miguel Tejada out of the East, Headed to the Astros

Today Miguel Tejada was dealt from the Baltimore Orioles to the Houston Astros for 5 prospects. Including outfielder Luke Scott, pitchers Matt Albers, Troy Patton and Dennis Sarfate, and third-base prospect Michael Costanzo. Tejada hit .296 with 18 home runs and 81 RBIs this season This is good news for the AL East. As every […]

Hot Stove: GM Mettings

Curt Schilling’s deal was good all around writes Dan Shaunessy. And I’ve said it before it was a great deal for both sides. The Red Sox keep one of the best post-season pitchers ever to play the game (11-2, 2.23 ERA). And Schilling gets to keep his family and himself home. And with the Red […]

Trio of O’s Make Owners Happy

Although the Baltimore Orioles are 8 games under .500 and are not a fantasy force as a team, the offense does boast a trio of players that should be universally owned in all leagues. These 3 men had a solid three game series against the Red Sox and if they were in your lineup over […]