by Ed Gauna | CBSSports.com (5/5/2013) Tigers infielder Ramon Santiago made his 10th start in Sunday's series finale against the Astros and had a productive day at the plate. He went 2 for 3 with a run scored and a walk in the 9-0 win.
The 33-year-old doubled in his first at-bat before singling his next time up.
Santiago is batting .154 (4 for 26).
Ramon Santiago available for Tigers
by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (4/27/2013) Tigers manager Jim Leyland said infielder Ramon Santiago, who has been out since Saturday with dehydration issues, is "fine," MLive.com reports.
He was briefly hospitalized April 20 and received two bags of IV fluid after he complained of stomach issues.
Santiago is batting .105 with no RBI after 19 at-bats.
Ramon Santiago still absent from starting lineup
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (4/26/2013) Tigers infielder Ramon Santiago has not played in a game since he was sent to the hospital Saturday with symptoms of dehydration. The 33-year-old was not in the starting lineup Friday and has missed five games since being hospitalized.
Santiago does not see everyday at-bats and is hitting .105 in 19 at-bats.
Still no sign of Ramon Santiago
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com (4/25/2013) Tigers infielder Ramon Santiago remained inactive Thursday against the Royals, the fourth game in a row he has missed since being hospitalized due to dehydration.
Santiago is just a utility infielder for the Tigers, so he does not play everyday anyways. He is batting .105 in 19 at-bats.
Ramon Santiago still sitting out
by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (4/24/2013) Tigers infielder Ramon Santiago remained on the bench Wednesday in a win over the Royals. Santiago is day to day and hasn't played since Saturday.
He was sent to the hospital Saturday with symptoms of dehydration. The 33-year-old doesn't usually see consistent at-bats. He's batting .105 over 19 at-bats.
Ramon Santiago kept out after hospital visit
by Ed Gauna | CBSSports.com (4/21/2013) Tigers infielder Ramon Santiago was held out of Sunday's series finale against the Angels as a precaution, MLB.com reports. The 33-year-old was sent to the hospital on Saturday with dehydration symptoms and received two bags of intravenous fluids.
Santiago is batting .105 (2 for 19) through seven games as he serves as a reserve infielder for Detroit.
Tigers trying to get Ramon Santiago on track
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (4/8/2013) Tigers manager Jim Leyland said he chose to start Ramon Santiago on consecutive days over the weekend after he evaluated the veteran infielder was a bit sluggish at the plate during Saturday's 8-4 win against the Yankees.
"You can see he looked a little tardy (Saturday) on some pitches," Leyland said, per MLive.com. "But the only way he's going to get back is to play a little bit."
Santiago has opened the season with one hit and three strikeouts in eight at-bats.
"If you don't play Santiago, what's the day you decide to play him? Ten days into the season? Eleven days? Fifteen days? I mean, you have to keep him going a little bit," Leyland said. "He's been hitting all spring, and getting at-bats. He got less than other guys, because he was hurt. But you want to get him out there."
Ramon Santiago keeps roster spot
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (3/28/2013) The Tigers optioned infielder Danny Worth to Triple-A Toledo Thursday, meaning Ramon Santiago secured the final spot on the team's bench. Santiago is hitting .286 (6 for 21) with a homer and eight RBI in 15 spring games.
Tigers shopping Ramon Santiago
by Ed Gauna | CBSSports.com (3/26/2013) The Tigers have told other teams Ramon Santiago is available for trade, Buster Onley of ESPN.com reported on Tuesday. Santiago is batting .300 (6 for 20) with one homer and eight RBI through 12 Grapefruit League games.
Santiago gets in a game
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer (3/8/2013) Tigers shortstop Ramon Santiago, limited by a calf injury for the past month, made his spring debut Friday against the Mets. He started and batted leadoff, popping out in the first and drawing a walk in the third. He left after four innings.
Santiago out indefinitely
by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (2/23/2013) Detroit second baseman Ramon Santiago is out indefinitely from spring training games due to a strained right calf. "You might as well mark it down that he's going to be out a while," manager Jim Leyland said of Santiago's status. "If he's not, I'll be shocked."