Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 1552.6 66.3 2 2 5 66 17 3.39 1.30
2022 42 3.7 2 3 4.91 1.64
3y Avg. 542.5 24.0 1 1 2 24 7 4.13 1.38
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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Should start throwing soon

    Mariners manager Scott Servais said Monday that Santos (lat) is progressing and will begin ramping up his throwing program in the coming days, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Seattle isn't yet ruling Santos out for Opening Day as he works through right lat soreness, but he'll likely need to navigate his upcoming throwing program without setbacks in order to guarantee that he avoids a stint on the injured list to begin his inaugural campaign with the Mariners. Santos was acquired from the White Sox earlier this month with the expectation that he would be a dependable part of the bridge to projected closer Andres Munoz, coming off a 2023 campaign in which he compiled a 3.39 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and a 66:17 K:BB in 66.1 innings.
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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Nursing lat injury

    Santos is dealing with soreness in his right lat/teres major area, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Santos ended last season with right elbow soreness, but now he's got a new injury which cropped up following a bullpen session this spring. It's not clear at this juncture whether the setback might be significant enough to delay his start to the season. Santos was acquired via trade from the White Sox earlier this month and, if healthy, is slated to serve as a setup man.
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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Behind schedule

    Santos (elbow) will be a bit behind schedule at the start of Mariners camp, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Santos ended last season with a right elbow injury and will be held back from mound work for a while this spring. Seattle felt confident enough in the reliever's health to trade for him earlier this month, so he doesn't seem to be in any danger of not being ready for Opening Day.
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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Traded to Seattle

    The White Sox traded Santos (elbow) to the Mariners on Saturday in exchange for Prelander Berroa, Zach DeLoach and the 69th pick in the 2024 MLB Draft, Jeff Passan of reports. The White Sox continue their rebuild by unloading Santos, who posted a 3.39 ERA and 1.30 WHIP while striking out 66 batters in 66.1 frames and recorded five saves during his first full MLB season. Santos ended the campaign on the injured list due to right elbow inflammation and has been easing his way back to full health during the offseason. The 24-year-old righty had been in a position to operate as Chicago's closer, but Santos projects as a middle reliever in a deeper Seattle bullpen.
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  • White Sox's Gregory Santos: Crumbles in ninth inning

    Santos (2-1) took the loss and blew a save against the Cubs on Wednesday, allowing three runs on two hits and one walk without retiring a batter. Santos recorded a 1.2-inning save Tuesday and looked dominant with three strikeouts without allowing a baserunner. His outing Wednesday was entirely different, as he faced three batters and gave up a double, a walk and a walk-off, three-run homer to blow the save. Despite the rough appearance, Santos probably won't lose the ninth-inning job since he had been solid prior to the misstep, collecting three saves and posting an 8:1 K:BB over 6.2 innings while giving up just one run in five prior appearances since he moved into the closer role July 28.
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  • White Sox's Gregory Santos: Five-out save

    Santos did not allow a baserunner across 1.2 scoreless innings while striking out three to earn the save Tuesday against the Cubs. Santos entered the game with the bases empty in the eighth frame and was dominant on the way to his third save since taking over the full-time closer role for the White Sox. He's been used to record more than three outs in three of his last six appearances, a span during which he's maintained a 2.16 ERA and 0.96 WHIP with a 9:1 K:BB across 8.1 innings.
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  • White Sox's Gregory Santos: Returns from bereavement

    Santos was activated from the bereavement list Tuesday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. He had been away from the club since Saturday. Santos is in the mix for saves and is perhaps even the favorite to serve as the closer in the White Sox' makeshift bullpen.
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  • White Sox's Gregory Santos: Lands on bereavement list

    Santos was placed on the bereavement list Saturday. Santos appears to have taken over as Chicago's closer, but he'll step away from the team for 3-to-7 days for personal reasons. Aaron Bummer is likely the top option for saves until Santos rejoins the White Sox.
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  • White Sox's Gregory Santos: Possible waiver wire pickups

    The White Sox traded Kendall Graveman to the Astros on Friday, and conveniently enough, a save chance came up that very same day. It went to Santos, which made for a helpful tip of the hand, but then Scott Merkin, beat writer for, actually used the word "closer" to describe him, adding this from pitching coach Ethan Katz: "He's been the talk around baseball. People are very curious about him. We get a lot of good feedback from other teams." That description may be an exaggeration given that Santos has been a bit hittable by closer standards, but at least until Liam Hendriks (elbow inflammation) is healthy, he would appear to have the role all to himself. That said, if you're choosing between him and the Mets new closer, Brooks Raley, I'd pick Raley.
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  • White Sox's Gregory Santos: Earns first save

    Santos allowed two runs on three hits in one inning of work against Oakland on Sunday. He struck out one and earned a save. Santos was given his first save chance of the year and converted it despite coughing up a pair of runs. Despite the shaky outing, he owns a 2.95 ERA with a 42:10 K:BB through 42.2 innings this season. However, he had a 1.95 ERA through 28 games but has given up seven runs over his last 10.1 innings. Kendall Graveman and Reynaldo Lopez were not used Sunday.
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  • White Sox's Gregory Santos: Acquired by White Sox

    Santos (groin) was acquired by the White Sox from the Giants on Thursday in exchange for Kade McClure, Robert Murray of reports. Santos was designated for assignment earlier this week and has now found a new home. The 23-year-old spent most of 2022 in the minors and had his season end prematurely due to a groin injury.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Lands on 60-day IL

    Santos was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento and placed on the 60-day injured list Tuesday with a right groin strain, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The right-hander was placed on the 7-day IL over the weekend by Sacramento, and the Giants called up him and moved him to the 60-day IL to free up a spot on the 40-man roster. Santos posted a 4.91 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 34:20 K:BB across 33 innings at Triple-A this year and is set to miss the rest of the season.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Returns to Triple-A

    Santos was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports. Santos was promoted from Sacramento on Sunday and will return there after giving up two runs in two innings during Monday's contest. He has a 3.70 ERA, 1.54 WHIP and 23:13 K:BB across 24.1 innings at Triple-A this year.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Returns to Triple-A

    Santos was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Sunday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Santos was promoted from Sacramento on Thursday and will return there after firing 1.2 scoreless innings during his lone appearance for the Giants. He could rejoin the big-league club later in the season when bullpen depth is needed.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Headed to majors

    Santos was recalled by the Giants on Thursday, Maria I. Guardado of reports. Santos hasn't experienced much success with Triple-A Sacramento to begin the season, maintaining a 4.50 ERA with a 1.67 WHIP and 10:6 K:BB across 12 innings. He'll provide depth in the bullpen for the big-league club during a bullpen game Thursday, though his stint with the big-league club could be short-lived.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Suspended for PEDs

    Santos was handed an 80-game suspension Tuesday after testing positive for Stanozolol, Mark Feinsand of reports. Santos appeared in three games after being called up to the majors in late June, allowing six runs (five earned) on five hits and two walks while fanning three. He was a candidate to potentially rejoin the Giants' bullpen later this season, but that appears extremely unlikely now, as he'll be ineligible to pitch at any level during San Francisco's next 80 games.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Optioned to alternate site

    Santos was optioned to the Giants' alternate training site Wednesday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Santos is going to be an important part of San Francisco's bullpen later this season and in future years, but the team is going to ease him into that role. He will get more seasoning against minor-league competition in the short term but should be back up sometime in the coming weeks.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Struggles in extra-inning loss

    Santos (0-2) allowed three runs (two earned) on three hits and a walk with one strikeout in Tuesday's extra-inning loss to the Rockies. Santos gave up back-to-back home runs to Ryan McMahon and C.J. Cron, and the Giants weren't able to dig out of that hole. After beginning his big-league career with a scoreless inning, Santos has given up six runs (five earned) over his last two outings, both losses. He'll need to produce better results to continue getting high-leverage assignments.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Falls apart Saturday

    Santos (0-1) failed to retire a batter, allowing three runs on two hits and a walk to take the loss Saturday versus the Marlins. Santos dazzled with a perfect inning versus the Marlins in his major-league debut Thursday, but his second outing was significantly worse. He allowed a tiebreaking two-run home run to Jesus Aguilar, then allowed Garrett Cooper to get aboard with a single. Wandy Peralta relieved Santos and allowed the inherited runner to score. The 21-year-old Santos has a fiery fastball and a good slider and should continue to pitch in mid-to-high leverage roles if he can avoid making too many mistakes.
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  • Giants' Gregory Santos: Dazzles in MLB debut

    Santos struck out two and did not allow a baserunner in one inning Thursday against the Marlins in his big-league debut. He needed 16 pitches to complete a perfect first big-league inning, using 11 sliders and five fastballs. His combination of a 98 mph four-seam fastball and an ability to land his hard slider for strikes makes Santos an imposing late-inning reliever already. Jake McGee has a pretty firm hold on the closer's role, but if he were to stumble, Santos could immediately jump into the ninth-inning mix.
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