His first night game of the year, in Dodger Stadium against a lineup filled with regulars, brought out the best in Angels left-hander Hector Santiago, who gave up three hits in five shutout innings in a 5-1 Freeway Series victory Friday night.
Angels starting pitcher Hector Santiago will tell you, with sincerity and conviction, that he wasn't the most talented baseball player in his hometown of Newark, N.J., even though he's the only one in his group who wound up playing professionally.
Hector Santiago replaces Sonny Gray on the 2015 American League All-Star roster. The game will be played in Cincinnati on Tuesday, July 14th.
Los Angeles Times - Angels starter Hector Santiago did not walk a batter in seven innings Friday night, something that hasn't happened since May 13.
Los Angeles Times - Angels starter Hector Santiago gave up no runs and three hits in seven innings against Texas on Saturday night.