The NL Central watch from the Chicago Sun-Times has picked up on something totally new and heretofore unmentioned: Miguel Tejada:
The Cubs open a two-game series tonight against the Astros at Minute Maid Park. Something strange is happening with Astros shortstop Miguel Tejada, who was a key figure in the Mitchell Report on performance-enhancing drugs in baseball. Tejada is still searching for his first home run of 2009. The shortstop has gone 168 at-bats without a homer, but he's still batting .297 and leads the Astros with eight doubles, With the feds closely watching a slugger who hit 34 home runs to win the 2002 AL MVP, it makes you wonder why there has been sudden drop in power. Hmm.
Why hasn't anyone thought of this before!?