With four consecutive 100-RBI seasons under his belt, it is fair to call Miguel Tejada one of fantasy's top five shortstops heading into the '04 season. That isn't likely to change now that he heads to Baltimore. If his value does change, it will probably be for the better. For the past three seasons, Tejada has hit nearly 40 points worse at Network Associates Coliseum than on the road. Oakland is generally considered to have one of the worst hitter's parks in the league. A move to a more offensive-friendly Camden Yards should give Tejada's bat a boost -- he has hit .319 there since '01. Tejada generally hit third or fourth for the A's last season and should be in the middle of an Orioles lineup that could also include free agents Vladimir Guerrero, Ivan Rodriguez and/or Javy Lopez. It would be fair for fantasy owners to expect at least a .290, 30 HR, 100 RBI season out of Tejada. Draft accordingly.
-- Brandon Funston