Tejada will be there in the end
Updated: April 22, 2003, 1:57 PM ETBy Jim Baker | MLB Insider
Things are bound to get better for reigning Most Valuable Player Miguel Tejada. Right now, he is off to a slow start which is getting slower. As Rick Hurd of the Contra Costa Times mentions, he is in the middle of a 5 for 44 slide. Is it possible that the A's announcement that he was not wanted beyond the end of the season is having an adverse affect on his playing? Tejada does not believe so. He thinks it is a function of on-the-field things and nothing more: "It's not the contract thing," Tejada told Hurd. "It's not the MVP thing, either. It's a lot of other things that are happening at the plate."
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