Miguel Tejada has a lot on his mind these days. This offseason saw him get traded to a new team, get named in the Mitchell report, and become the target of an investigation for possibly having lied in sworn statements to Congress in 2005, which could be punishable by 5 years in prison. On top of all that, Tejada has also had to deal with the death in January of his beloved older brother Freddy Tejada in a motorcycle accident.

alejandratejada01.jpgBut if there is anything that will help Tejada make it through this most difficult of winters, it is the fact that he has an extremely hot wife to come home to.

Alejandra Tejada, Miguel’s wife of 13 years, has not only been mother to their two children, but this past year just launched a career as as a spanish-language pop star. Alejandra scored a success with her debut album “¬°Ama!”, which was released last fall, and has just announced plans for a second album, to be released later this year.

More pictures after the jump…






6 Responses to “Hot Baseball Wife: Alejandra Tejada”

  1. Awesome. Consider yourself on record, sir.

    Also, what is Chipper talking about? Hello, Hooters?

  2. kittikin says:

    I’ll give her teh hot, but she needs to get that hotness to Kissimmee, and then to Houston pronto. Otherwise, Miggy’s gonna keep stinking it up at short and at the plate.

  3. i can said she has the bad actitud, she belive she is the best on the world, she is not nice person, cranky, spoilet i think that why she had not succes like signer, even her album is terrible.

  4. I have worked with Alejandra and she is very nice, not spolied at all. She has the best attitude, She is really a nice person.

  5. she realy enjoy his music; seen like nice person i like


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