Hector Santiago

#53 SP / L.A. Angels Angels / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 210 lb Age: 27 College: Okaloosa-Walton CC FL (J.C.) Bats/Throws R/L

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Angels SP Hector Santiago takes no-decision in Monday's start

      Angels pitcher Hector Santiago allowed four runs (three earned) on three hits and two walks over 5 2/3 innings in a no-decision Monday against Oakland. He also struck out four. Santiago continues to hang on for dear life, as he has just two quality starts in his past eight outings and has a brutal 26:26 K:BB in that span. He has now allowed 27 runs (25 earned) in just 35 innings in those eight starts, but after a walk-off victory Monday night, the Angels are somehow 5-3 in those starts.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Angels SP Hector Santiago gets win Tuesday despite ugly outing

      Angels starter Hector Santiago earned his ninth win despite a shaky outing Monday against the Astros, as he allowed two runs on four hits and five walks over five innings. He struck out four. Luckily, Santiago managed to scatter the four hits, as all four were extra-base knocks, including two solo home runs. Santiago threw more balls (41) than strikes (40) and gave up 10 fly balls against one grounder, but he did just enough to keep his team in it and prevent the Astros from picking up a big inning. His ERA sits at 3.47, but he has just two quality starts in his last six outings and more walks (24) than strikeouts (22) in that span. He's hanging on for dear life at this point.

    • by CBSSports.com Staff | CBSSports.com

      Angels starter Hector Santiago records just two outs vs. Twins

      Angels starter Hector Santiago couldn't escape the first inning Thursday, giving up five runs on five hits and a walk while getting just two outs against the Twins. He was fortunate to avoid taking the loss, as Tommy Milone gave up a five spot of his own while recording only four outs, but that's the only silver lining on this start for Santiago. He's been due for regression, as Santiago's K:BB is a hideous 23:22 over his last seven starts, and yet he's managed three quality starts in that span. With the problems Santiago's had, he can't be trusted down the stretch, especially next week against an Astros team that's fighting for a playoff spot.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Angels SP Hector Santiago shuts down Astros in no-decision

      Angels starter Hector Santiago rebounded from a miserable stretch last Sunday and continued trending in the right direction with another fine outing Saturday night against visiting Houston. Santiago gave up just two runs on five hits with two walks and three strikeouts in seven innings, but that was only good enough for a no-decision. The lone runs he allowed were on solo blasts by Carlos Correa in the sixth and Hank Conger in the seventh. Santiago has surrendered just two runs on six hits in 13 innings over his last two starts.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Angels SP Hector Santiago fails to go three innings Monday

      Angels pitcher Hector Santiago struggled throughout his start Monday against the A's, which the Angels lost 11-5. Santiago received the loss after allowing five runs on four hits over 2 2/3 innings. He also struck out four and walked three. Santiago is winless in his last eight starts.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Homers doom Angels SP Hector Santiago

      Angels starter Hector Santiago was done in by the longball Wednesday, giving up three home runs in a loss to the Tigers. Santiago lasted just 4 1/3 innings, giving up seven hits and five earned runs. He struggled with his control once again, walking three. He has now issued 10 free passes over his last three starts, a rare loss of wildness for one of the AL's leaders in fewest walks. Santiago's promising start has taken a sour turn. He is now 0-4 with three no-decisions in his last seven starts to drop to 7-8, and his ERA has risen from 2.43 to 3.13.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Angels SP Hector Santiago endures control issues in loss Friday

      Angels left-hander Hector Santiago did not fare well in his start against the Blue Jays on Friday. Santiago lasted just 3 2/3 innings, allowing four runs (two earned) on three hits. He struggled with his command in this one, as he walked four and struck out four, en route to the 9-2 loss. Santiago (7-7, 2.91 ERA) was done in by shotty defense and poor control in this one. He got off to a bad start, as he allowed three runs to score in the first inning. One of those came on a bases-loaded walk, and another came on a fielding error. He is 0-2 with a 4.10 ERA in four starts in August.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Angels SP Hector Santiago strikes out five in no-decision

      Angels starting pitcher Hector Santiago was solid during his start against the Royals on Sunday. Santiago allowed just two runs on three hits in seven innings. He showed flaws in his command though, recording five strikeouts while allowing three walks in the no-decision. Santiago (7-6) still has an impressive 2.86 ERA in 141 2/3 innings this season.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Angels SP Hector Santiago inefficient in loss on Tuesday

      Angels left-hander Hector Santiago pitched fairly well on Tuesday, but was ultimately left with his sixth loss of the season. Santiago allowed three runs on four hits over 5 1/3 innings, walking one and striking out four. But the Angels' offense was shutdown by Carlos Rodon, as the White Sox blanked the Angles 3-0. Santiago (7-6) gave up a pair of runs in the fourth, before allowing a solo home run to Trayce Thompson in the fifth, accounting for all the damage against him. Still, he needed 92 pitches to get through his outing, and was given no run support in this one. Santiago has seen mixed results lately, going 2-2 with a 4.32 ERA over his past six starts.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Angels SP Hector Santiago only OK on Wednesday

      The mediocrity that has marked the recent performance on the mound of Angels starter Hector Santiago was pronounced again Wednesday afternoon against host Cleveland. Santiago gave up three runs on seven hits in six innings against an Indians lineup sans top hitters Jason Kipnis and Michael Brantley. He walked one and fanned seven. He cruised through three innings, retiring eight in a row at one point. But he was hurt by an RBI single by Ryan Raburn in the fourth, solo homer by Jose Ramirez in the sixth and another by Raburn to start the seventh, which knocked him out of the game. Santiago has surrendered 11 runs in his last 16 innings over three starts. His 2.78 ERA is at its peak since May 2.

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