Hector Santiago is dealing with a bruised left thumb and will be skipped in the rotation, with Pat Dean slated to start on Friday in Toronto instead.
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Left-hander Hector Santiago hasn't exactly had a dream transition to his new team. Santiago dropped to 0-3 with the Twins after giving up a season-high seven earned runs to the Royals in an 11-4 loss on Sunday in the series finale.
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MINNEAPOLIS -- Paulo Orlando and Lorenzo Cain each got four hits and drove in three runs as the Kansas City Royals won their first road series since late June, beating the Minnesota Twins 11-4 Sunday.Orlando homered, tripled and scored three times. Cain matched his career high for hits in a game.Edinson Volquez (9-10) threw six solid innings to snap his five-game winless streak....
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Minnesota left-hander Hector Santiago takes the mound Sunday still seeking his first win as a Twin after losing both his starts since he joined the team in the trade that sent Ricky Nolasco to the Angels
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We all figured the Angels would be sellers at the deadline, despite General Manager Billy Eppler’s assurance that this team intended to compete in 2017 and beyond. Well it appears the Angels are acting on something that’s a bit muddled in the middle. In perhaps the most curious move of the 2016 Trade Deadline, the Angels traded LHP Hector Santiago and minor league reliever...
ANAHEIM – If that was Hector Santiago’s goodbye to the Angels, it was a long one. Santiago slogged his way through 119 pitches, equaling his second most with the Angels, in a crude-but-effective five innings of the Angels’ 5-2 victory over the...
The Angels have received inquiries from a number of teams about left-hander Hector Santiago, and they’re willing to listen to offers for him, reports ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick (on Twitter). Santiago, 28, is earning $5 million this season and is controlled through the 2017 campaign via arbitration, so he’s more appealing than a number of arms that are of similar quality but either...
Hector Santiago reminds Angels of his value with seven shutout innings in 7-0 victory over White Sox
ANAHEIM – Left-hander Hector Santiago struck out the first batter he faced Friday at Angel Stadium, gave up a double and then struck out the next two. Then he struck out the leadoff hitter in the second, retired the next one on a pop-up and struck...
If Charles Dickens were commissioned to write a depiction of Hector Santiago‘s 2015 season—paid by the word, of course—he probably couldn’t do any better than simply copying and pasting his intro from A Tale of Two Cities several times over. I wouldn’t go so far as to say Santiago’s year was polarizing enough to act as catalyst to a political and economic revolution...
I always wondered what young baseball players felt like when they took the diamond against some of the best the game has to offer. Are they awestruck? Do they attempt to block out their previous fandom? For Los Angeles Angels pitcher Hector Santiago, it’s all about living in the moment. He might not be star-struck, but he surely is appreciating his time in the Majors. This much...
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