Tonight, We Finally Find Out Tejada's Real Age!

Actually, scratch that headline, we already know Miggy’s real age. He’s 33, not 31. We know this because ESPN, which was giddy as a school girl to show off what its little investigative journalism show could do, told the masses of E:60’s discoveries last week. No one really cared then, and they certainly don’t care now. ↵

↵But the show must go on, so E:60 will air its full Tejada report tonight at 7PM. ESPN, either too dense to realize this is virtually a non-story or too desperate to let it go, is determined to convince us all that this Tejada nonsense is still extremely important: ↵

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↵Yes, folks, that’s right: Lying about his age a decade and a half ago means he must’ve lied about not doing steroids! Of course! It makes so much sense. From the Lester Munson article that you see promoted in the screen grab above, in which Munson asks himself questions, and then answers them: ↵

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↵⇥If he continues to lie, whether it's about his age or his knowledge of drug use in baseball, he won't be able to walk away the way he walked away from the "E:60" interview. Instead, he would find himself facing jail time and deportation. ↵
↵Middle aged women beware: Lying about your age is the gateway lie to lying about much more harmful things. Like drug abuse.↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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