Latest Update Tejada will be a candidate for starting shortstop job Mon Dec, 08, 05:03 PM
Silky smooth with excellent range for a middle infielder, he also displays a strong arm for the shortstop position. Also displays some pop in his bat.
Flaws: : Is somewhat limited in terms of home-run power, and he hasn't quite yet mastered the art of the stolen base either. Can make mental mistakes, too.
The Mets are hoping that Tejada is able to regain his 2012 form where he batted .289. His .342 OBP last season is something that the potential starting SS should look to build off of if he plans on winning the job. Analyst: Dom Murtha
Overall, the Mets like Tejada and even though 2014 was disappointing, the entire team had its issues last year. Depending on what the Mets do in free agency, Tejada is probably looking at a utility job in the future.Analyst: Howard Bender
The only thing that seems absolutely certain for next season is the Mets will replace Ruben Tejada at shortstop next season. His .237 batting average and five home runs were poor even for NL-only leagues.Analyst: Steve Pimental
While Tejada smacked his fourth home run of the year, he is a last resort option for a fantasy roster spot. He is only hitting .228 on the year and is not a standout in any category.Analyst: Colby Conway