Sergio Santos had a dreadful 2014 season, posting an 8.57 ERA and 2.19 WHIP in 21 innings for the Blue Jays while battling a lingering right forearm issue. He’s a free agent now — the Jays declined his $6 million option for 2016 — and will be looking to revitalize his career with any team that will have him.
Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish says the White Sox, for whom Santos saved 30 games in 2011, might be that team. They’re interested in a reunion with the righty, though it might have to be on a minor league contract with a non-roster spring training invite.
Santos was the 27th overall pick in the 2002 MLB Amateur Draft out of Mater Dei High School and spent the first several years of his minor league career trying to make it as an infielder. He converted to pitching in 2009.