This season, they might want to try an all-orange jumpsuit ensemble in support of shortstop Miguel Tejada, who entangled himself in the government's investigation of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball.
Tejada, the Washington Post reports, faces charges of lying to congressional investigators, actions which could land him
on the disabled list in jail for a year.
A suggestion: Orlando Cabrera still is among the available shortstops in the free-agent pool if the ‘Stros feel they might need a seasoned Plan "B."
Another suggestion: Cut a deal, Miggy and maybe you'll get off with probation. Tejada is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday. And he thought arbitration was a rough hearing.
From the Post:
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[Federales] accuse Tejada of giving false statements to congressional staffers about his conversations with another player about steroids and human growth hormone. ... Tejada faces a maximum penalty of a year in jail, but