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Podcast: How Hector Santiago is helping the next wave of White Sox pitchers

Signed right before spring training, Hector Santiago has made an immediate impact in his second stint with White Sox--and more than you might expect.  Santiago came
Via CSN Chicago
15 days ago

White Sox Talk Podcast: How Hector Santiago is helping the next wave of pitchers

Signed right before spring training, Hector Santiago has made an immediate impact in his second stint with White Sox--and more than you might expect.  Santiago came
Via CSN Chicago
15 days ago

AL Central Notes: Santiago's screwball; Merritt out of options

Hector Santiago, who came back to the White Sox this offseason on a minor-league deal, has come up with a strategy to combat the fastball decline that often comes with aging, James Fegan of The Athletic writes. The southpaw plans to bring back the screwball he threw in his days as a rookie. “I have not gone a day this offseason or in spring training where I have not thrown a screwball...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: White Sox sign Hector Santiago

The White Sox have agreed to a minor-league deal with lefty Hector Santiago, GM Rick Hahn told reporters including Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune (via Twitter). Santiago, now 30, will re-join the organization that drafted him back in 2006.
Via MLB Trade Rumors
February 14, 2018  |  Discuss

Report: Twins interested in All-Star Yu Darvish

The Minnesota Twins are doing what they can to build off last season’s surprise playoff run. With a limited payroll and existing in a small market, this includes experimenting with a ton of possibilities.That came to fruition earlier on Wednesday when Minnesota signed injured former New York Yankees starter Michael Pineda to a two-year contract. This, despite the fact that Pineda...
Via Sportsnaut
December 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Angels listening to offers on Hector Santiago

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 hit...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
July 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Angels reportedly listening to offers for Hector Santiago

Make room on the southpaw trading block for Hector Santiago. According to a report by Jerry Crasnick of ESPN on Monday, the Angels are listening to trade inquiries that have been made for Santiago. Add Hector Santiago to the list of available starters. Several clubs have inquired about him, and the #Angels are listening. — Jerry Crasnick (@jcrasnick) July 25, 2016 The 28-year...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Hector Santiango wears cleats with father’s face on them

All around Major League Baseball, teams wore uniforms with blue accents for Father’s Day. There were cool moments all across the majors, including ceremonial first pitches involving fathers and memorable pregame events. One Angels pitcher did something unique to honor his father. Prior to Sunday’s game between the Angels and A’s, Hector Santiago wore cleats with “Happy Father’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Boxscore Breakdown #37: Santiago Shines in Seattle – Angels 3, Mariners 0

The better side of Hector Santiago‘s fortnightly Jekyll/Hyde routine found it’s way back to the mound on Sunday, shutting out the Mariners for eight innings on just two hits. The start was the Angels’ second in a row of seven innings or more—the first time all season they’ve accomplished that feat—and sealed the team’s (highly improbable) third series sweep of the year. Santiago...
Via Monkey with a Halo
May 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Angels, Santiago complete road sweep of Mariners

On Sunday, the Los Angeles Angels completed a three game sweep of the first place Seattle Mariners. “King Felix” Hernandez looked to continue his early-season dominance, but could not contain the visiting Angels nor avoid the sweep at home. The Angels (16-21) currently sit in third in the AL West, but a series sweep like this could push the Halos in the right direction. Hector Santiago...
Via isportsweb.com
May 15, 2016  |  Discuss

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