Originally Posted by eriqjaffe
Santiago's the least iffy of the bunch, to me. His control issues are my concern there. When he's able to throw strikes he's a very effective pitcher. I realize that's the case for most pitchers, but it's something that Santiago needs to work on.
Considering he's only 25 years old, he should be able to continue to mature and throw more strikes. It's not mentioned often, but the White Sox had the youngest pitching staff in the American League. I think patience will be rewarded handsomely with this staff if it is given.