"I love it. I love that situation. When we have that situation, I want to be in there. I've been doing it for a long time and it takes a lot of concentration in a situation like that and I think I do that," Tejada said. "It doesn't (tick) me off, but in those situations I (am) more relaxed. With runners in scoring position I like to be relaxed and not try too hard. I think that's why I love it … I love seeing the people cheer when that situation comes."