|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||140.00||6.00||9.00||0.00||4.37||1.45||115.00||70.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs LHB|| 11.1||0||0|| 5.56||0||6||12|
|vs RHB|| 30.1||0||0|| 1.78||0||10||30|
|05/22/2013||Kevin Gregg, RP CHC|
Jeff Francoeur, RF KC
Brett Lawrie, 3B TOR
|Francisco Liriano, SP PIT|
Kevin Youkilis, 3B NYY
Hector Santiago, RP CHW
Kevin Slowey, SP MIA
Oswaldo Arcia, RF MIN
|05/22/2013||Jose Altuve, 2B HOU|
Hector Santiago, RP CHW
|Eduardo Nunez, SS NYY|
Mariano Rivera, RP NYY
Elliot Johnson, 2B KC
|05/22/2013||Russell Martin, C PIT|
Julio Teheran, SP ATL
Dayan Viciedo, LF CHW
Barry Zito, SP SF
|Gerardo Parra, RF ARI|
Hector Santiago, RP CHW
Rafael Soriano, RP WAS
Brian McCann, C ATL
|Last 7 Games|
|Hector Santiago Ks 9 in defeat|
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
(5/22/13) White Sox starter Hector Santiago dropped to 1-3 with a loss Wednesday at home against the Red Sox.
Santiago struck out nine but wasn't efficient, throwing 107 pitches over six innings.
He gave up two runs on three hits and four walks. His ERA is 2.81. Santiago hasn't won a game since May 2 at Texas. He has 42 strikeouts over 41 2/3 innings.
|Hector Santiago will make spot start Wednesday|
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(5/21/13) White Sox starting pitcher Hector Santiago will make a spot start Wednesday against the Red Sox in place of Chris Sale, who was scratched with a mild case of tendinitis in his left posterior shoulder.
Santiago only lasted 3 1/3 innings in his most recent start Saturday against the Angels. He has a 6.00 ERA in his last two starts since pitching seven scoreless innings against the Mets on May 7.
|Hector Santiago not so worth the time anymore|
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(5/21/13) Hector Santiago had his chance to cement a role in the White Sox starting rotation. He responded with two ugly starts, one at the Twins and one at the Angels.
That's not to say Dylan Axelrod has blown him out of the water. His 4.13 ERA and 1.26 WHIP hardly suggest he's a mainstay. But considering he got the first crack at the job, he's unlikely to cede it to a pitcher who has done nothing to differentiate himself.
Of course, the point is moot if John Danks suffers a last-minute hiccup in his rehabilitation from shoulder surgery, but with the White Sox aiming for him to return to the starting rotation Friday, we've likely seen the last of Santiago as a starter for now.
|Hector Santiago pulled in the fourth inning|
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(5/18/13) White Sox starting pitcher Hector Santiago was pulled with one out in the fourth inning Saturday against the Angels. He was charged with three earned runs on four hits, four walks, a hit batter and a wild pitch.
With John Danks soon to return from the disabled list, Santiago remains a candidate to leave the rotation. If he gets another start, it could come Friday against the Marlins.
|Hector Santiago tagged for two homers in loss|
|by Ed Gauna | CBSSports.com|
(5/13/13) White Sox pitcher Hector Santiago ended up being done in by one poor inning on Monday night against the Twins. After making it through the first two frames unscathed, he put the first three men on in the third.
Minnesota wound up plating four in the inning and the left-hander surrendered a solo home run to Aaron Hicks in the fifth. His final damage came in the form of another Hicks solo homer in the sixth and he was done after throwing 109 pitches, 75 for strikes.
Santiago allowed six runs (three earned) on eight hits over his 5 2/3 innings in a 10-3 defeat. He also struck out six and walked one while taking his second loss.
The 25-year-old is scheduled to make his next start on Saturday against the Angels.
|Hector Santiago probably had a much better 2012 than you think. After fizzling as the closer in the first month of the season and eventually being replaced by Addison Reed, Santiago posted a 3.21 ERA in 29 games from May to August. And then the White Sox gave him a shot as a starter and Santiago responded brilliantly. In six September games -- four of which were starts -- Santiago went 2-0 with a 2.05 ERA, striking out 28 in 22 innings. In his three tune-up starts in the minors, he didn't allow a run in three starts. If Santiago sticks as a starter in 2012 (right now, it's not looking like there's room, but a lot can happen with a new general manager and a full winter of activity) he could be a tremendous sleeper for AL-only leagues, especially those in which Santiago can be slotted as a reliever while getting regular starts. As a member of the bullpen, he still offers some strikeouts, but is not nearly as exciting an addition. (Updated 12/5/12)|
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|5/25/13||MIA||7:15 pm||Ricky Nolasco|
|5/26/13||MIA||2:10 pm||Alex Sanabia|
|5/27/13||CHC||7:10 pm||Jeff Samardzija|
|5/28/13||CHC||8:10 pm||Edwin Jackson|
|5/29/13||@ CHC||2:20 pm||Scott Feldman|
|5/30/13||@ CHC||2:20 pm||Travis Wood|
|5/31/13||@ OAK||10:05 pm||Bartolo Colon|
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