What to do with Hector Santiago?

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Bjz1154
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What to do with Hector Santiago?

Postby Bjz1154 » Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:11 pm

Are people holding onto Santiago hoping he can keep the closer role in Chi-town? Or is it time to cut bait?

Obviously would depend on league size but the guy has been bad thus far.
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Re: What to do with Hector Santiago?

Postby PWNightmare » Wed Apr 25, 2012 7:28 pm

I'm like a nervous, indecisive hawk watching this situation. Thorton & Reed's stats are practically the same. Reed is the prospect, Thornton is the veteran. It HAS to be one of those dudes and SOON. Santiago's ESPN player update mentions that he can't grip a MLB ball good enough throw a screwball?
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