Chicago White Sox Stars
There are many superstars in MLB that came from the roster of Chicago White Sox and one of them is Sergio Santos.
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Santos gets it done for Sox: White Sox RP Sergio Santos struck
Santos, who is of Mexican American roots, was drafted out of Mater Dei High School located in Santa Ana, California by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 1st round of the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft. Between 2002 and 2005, Santos steadily pursue and worked his way up through the Diamondbacks’ farm system all the way to Triple-A Tucson, where he hit a career 21 doubles and 12 home runs in 2005.
In latest news and career of Sergio Santos, he gets it done for Sox, the White Sox RP Sergio Santos struck out Cubs 3B Aramis Ramirez with 2 on to end the 8th and then pitched the ninth for his 13th save in 15 chances on Tuesday night. He fanned Carlos Pena to end it. Santos finished with 3 strikeouts and needed just 15 pitches to close out the game, preserving the 3-2 win. Santos owns a 3.18 ERA to go with those 13 grueling saves for Chicago. He also owns a one of the best and excellent strikeout to walk ratio of 42-to-20 it is over his 34 innings of work. As long as Santos is getting some save opportunities he’s going to have plenty of Sox value. Continue to view him as a low-end No. 2 RP option.
Another one is Lucas Harrell, he was selected in the 4th round of the 2004 amateur draft, Lucas Harrell is a starting pitcher in the Chicago White Sox ball club or organization who has a 17-20 record and 3.85 ERA over his 1st 3 minor league seasons. Harrell was a standout amateur athlete, lettering in both baseball and basketball at Ozark High School. On the diamond he led his team to the state championship as an infielder and also a starting pitcher.