• White Sox pitcher Hector Santiago connects with kids of Newtown, Conn.

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 22, 2013
    Chicago White Sox fans are just getting to know left-hander Hector Santiago, a 30th-round draft pick in 2007 who had a mostly impressive rookie season as do-it-all member of the pitching staff in 2012. and remembers seeing the smoke of the 9/11 massacre through a classroom window as a 14-year-old , felt an immediate connection to the kids of Newtown. He was going to decide after talking to White Sox front office personnel this weekend at SoxFest, but instead sped up the decision-making process. Danks continues what has been a very successful rehab program to date for his arthroscopically repaired left shoulder in early August, throwing successfully off the mound in his latest step forward.
    Source: yahoo.com
    • Santiago declines chance to pitch for Puerto Rico

      Hector Santiago has elected not to pitch for Puerto Rico in the upcoming World Baseball Classic, a decision the left-hander confirmed to MLB.com on Tuesday night.
      Source: MLB.com

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