"Next year I want to be somewhere where they want to win," he said in an interview Thursday night before playing in a Winter League game.
Dave Van Dyck writes that the Sox are still interested.
The problem for the White Sox is money. Their payroll already is projected at $95 million, which is $20 million more than last season.
Still, to add someone of Tejada's quality to a team already capable of winning again would intrigue Williams, who adores big-name players.
The names don't come any bigger than Miguel Tejada.