Astros Not Ready To Close The Door On Tejada

The Astros may only have enough payroll to make minor additions, but's Brian McTaggart notes that the team isn't ready to close the door on a Miguel Tejada return.

"Everybody is aware Miggy is a free agent and that's a 199 hits and guy who did a really super job for us and two-time All-Star [with the Astros]," (GM Ed) Wade said. "We're not prepared to close any doors with Miggy."

If Tejada were to return to the club, McTaggart notes that it would likely be as a third baseman. The 35-year-old former AL MVP hit .313/.340/.455 in 2009, though just .283/.313/.395 away from Minute Maid Park.

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