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Davidoff: Tejeda Makes Sense For Mets

Newsday's Ken Davidoff has an idea for the Mets: 26 year-old recently DFA'd starter Robinson Tejeda of the Rangers.  Davidoff notes that the Mets have had interest in him in the past, and now he could be had for very little via trade or even a waiver claim.

Tejeda's main problem has been control.  Back in '05, Baseball America compared Tejeda to Carlos Silva "in build and repertoire."  One big difference - Tejeda averages almost 95 mph with his heater.

I discussed some other Pedro replacement options in this post.


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