Miguel Tejada walked into the Baltimore Orioles' clubhouse and was greeted by his teammates -- one hug at a time.
If any of them harbored any resentment over his offseason criticism of the team's front office and his subsequent request to be traded, it certainly wasn't evident Tuesday, when the Orioles gathered for their first full-squad workout of spring training.
"That's in the past. He says he wants to stay here," center fielder Luis Matos said after embracing the All-Star shortstop. "I don't expect him to say he's sorry."
Oh, but Tejada did just that.