White Sox Designate Santos Rodriguez

The White Sox have designated Santos Rodriguez for assignment in a move designed to clear a roster spot for newly signed reliever Scott Downs, tweets Scott Merkin of MLB.com. Rodriguez is a 26-year-old client of MDR Sports Management.

The tall southpaw reliever had a nice start to his 2013 campaign in Double-A, where he posted a 2.35 ERA in 23 innings. Things went south upon his mid-season ascent to the highest minor league level, however. In his first extended run at Triple-A, Rodriguez threw 24 2/3 innings of 7.30 ERA ball, registering 13.1 K/9 but posting a troubling 9.9 BB/9.

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3 Comments on "White Sox Designate Santos Rodriguez"

Joe Orsatti
1 year 8 months ago

Happy Birthday Santos

Brian Baker
1 year 8 months ago

This is the kind of guy Frank Wren signs and he turns into Eric O’Flaherty.

1 year 8 months ago

That’s kind of ironic, seeing how Frank Wren traded Santos Rodriguez to the White Sox as part of the Javier Vazquez deal five years ago.