Rotowire: Dec 2 / 8:14a ET
News: Tejada, who originally was expected to be be non-tendered by the Mets, may now be offered a contract by the team, the NY Post reports.
Impact: Tejada made $1.1 million in 2014 and is eligible for salary arbitration, which may take him up to $1.7 million. He is expected to be tendered due to the lack of clarity at shortstop for New York, making him a possible back up at that position as well as maybe second base.
Rotowire: Oct 15 / 6:20a ET
News: Tejada, who made $1.1 million in 2014, is eligible for salary arbitration and could be non-tendered, ESPN New York reports.
Impact: Tejada's raise likely wouldn't be very substantial based on his season, but he may be non-tendered if the Mets choose to go in another direction with their middle infield. However, there is some speculation that Tejada could stick as a backup at both second base and shortstop.