Originally Posted by blandman
I want to like the guy, he's a stand up guy off the field. But this is the same guy we've always wondered whether he was good enough to be the long man or make the rotation as a five. Keeping his control for less than 100 innings of starting isn't nearly enough to make me change my mind.
I agree with your overall assessment, but even if Santiago does not develop into an everyday SP, he still absolutely has value in this league. I feel the same way about Reinzo, who I am not sure is cut from starting pitching cloth, either.