The Los Angeles Dodgers have added another potential bullpen option to the fray for 2015, agreeing to a minor-league deal with former Chicago White Sox and Toronto Blue Jays closer Sergio Santos.
Here's CBS Sports' Jon Heyman with the scoop:
sergio santos agrees to dodgers minor-league deal. LA native. good chance to help. @BillShaikin @bnicholsonsmith onto it
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) December 30, 2014
The converted infielder has run afoul of the injury bug over the past three seasons, battling through a forearm strain last year, a triceps strain in 2013, and having undergone surgery for a frayed labrum in his right shoulder back in 2012.
Santos has been majorly effective when healthy, but that has been few and far between during his five-year MLB run. He appeared in just 26 games for Toronto last season, struggling to a 8.57 ERA with 18 walks against 29 strikeouts in 21 innings pitched.
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