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March 5, 2010

Phil Rogers on Sergio Santos

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ March 5, 2010 11:57 am
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A huge difference between the White Sox and Cubs: the Sergio Santos factor. A converted infielder who throws 98 mph, Santos is trying to grab the last spot in a deep White Sox bullpen. If he was a member of the Cubs he’d be generating a lot more buzz, possibly even as a top set-up man. He’d be Marmol to a younger Marmol’s version of Kerry Wood, or something like that. This could change, but the deeper pitching staff on the south side makes the White Sox the best bet of Chicago’s two teams to play in October.

Gonzalzes has more:

Santos also said he struck out Maicer Izturis on a change-up and that he plans to work on throwing more sliders to left-handed batters instead of exclusively to right-handers. …


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