Yankees Sign Ex-Met Ruben Tejada To Minor League DealTejada, 27, spent the first six years of his major-league career with the Mets, playing mostly shortstop, but also seeing time at second and third bases.
Now A Cardinal, Tejada Says He Was Surprised By Mets ReleaseNew York released Tejada on March 16 in a move that saved the team $2.5 million this season.
Report: Mets Waive Shortstop Ruben TejadaCutting Tejada more than 15 days before the start of the season means the Mets must only pay him $500,000 of the $3 million salary he was due this season,
Chase Utley Won't Be Suspended For Takeout Slide That Broke Ruben Tejada's LegA person briefed on the decision tells The Associated Press that the two-game suspension imposed on Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Chase Utley during last year's playoffs has been dropped.
Baseball Bans Rolling Block Slides In Wake Of Chase Utley Play Vs. MetsUtley barreled into Tejada at Dodger Stadium in the NL division series last year.
Report: MLB, Player's Union Nearing Agreement On Rule Changes For Sliding Into SecondWe could see a new rule change coming to MLB about baserunners sliding into second base.
Heyman: Mets Reach 1-Year, $4.325 Million Deal With HarveyThe New York Mets have reached deals with pitcher Matt Harvey and four other players.
Kallet: If I Told You The Story Of The 2015 Mets, Would You Believe Me?If I told you in spring training that Wilmer Flores and Ruben Tejada would be idolized and revered by Mets fans, would you believe me?
Out In Force, Mets Fans Rally Behind TejadaWearing orange shirts in right-center at Citi Field on Monday night, Mets fans cheered for injured shortstop Ruben Tejada and jeered the Dodgers' Chase Utley.
After Utley Slide, Mets Fans Get Retribution In Form Of Game 3 WinFans were on their toes at Citi Field Monday night, as the Mets appeared to be getting their revenge on the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Utley's Slide And Tejada's Injury: A Medical BreakdownMets fans were shocked when they learned Utley's now-infamous slide took Tejada out for the season. But what really happened?
De Blasio: Chase Utley Is 'Guilty As Sin,' Should Serve SuspensionDe Blasio called it a "tackle," adding it was "illegal" and "sickening."