Reports: Son of former A's MVP, set to sign with White Sox, tests positive for PED

Miguel Tejada was a star for the A's, but found himself in trouble during baseball's steroid era. And now, his son has found his own trouble.

Nearly five years ago, former A's star Miguel Tejada was banned 105 games after testing positive for an amphetamine, Adderall, while on the Royals. Fast forward and the junior of Tejada is now in the news for all the wrong reasons. 

Miguel Tejada Jr. reportedly tested positive for the steroid Stanozolol. The 15-year-old was set to sign with the White Sox on the international market. 

Tejada Jr. previously played outfield, but has recently moved to shortstop, where his father mainly played over his 16-year MLB career. You can see Tejada Jr. show off his hitting, speed and arm in the video below: