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Top Gregory Santos News

  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Comes off 60-day IL

    The Mariners activated Santos (lat) from the 60-day injured list Monday.

    Santos has been sidelined all season while recovering from a right lat strain. He made just two rehab appearances, striking out a pair of two scoreless frames. Santos reportedly reached 99 miles per hour on the radar gun in Saturday's outing with High-A Everett, helping to convince the Mariners that he was ready to go. The 24-year-old should eventually find himself in high-leverage situations for Seattle, but he could be eased into such spots. Santos will be making his Mariners debut when he gets into a game after being acquired via trade from the White Sox over the offseason.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Solid in second rehab outing

    Santos (lat) fired a scoreless fourth inning for High-A Everett against Vancouver on Saturday, recording a strikeout.

    Santos needed just eight pitches to get through his one frame Saturday, following a 13-pitch rehab debut with Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday. Considering MLB.com reports Santos worked his fastball up to 99 mph during Saturday's outing, he may already be deemed ready for activation, with a decision on that front slated to come after an evaluation during Monday's team off day.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Scoreless frame in rehab debut

    Santos (lat) fired a scoreless inning during Triple-A Tacoma's win over Salt Lake on Tuesday, allowing a hit and recording a strikeout.

    Santos' long-awaited return to game action consisted of 13 pitches, nine which he located for strikes. Per reports from Triple-A Tacoma play-by-play announcer Mike Curto relayed by MLB.com, Santos' fastball was regularly at 97-99 mph during the outing, while his slider clocked in the 87-90 mph range. Santos is slated to make at least a couple of more rehab appearances before activation is considered, and he's expected to be handled with caution once he does return to the big-league roster. "We're going to have to be very guarded on how we use him and kind of build him up," manager Scott Servais said. "It'll be an inning at a time here or there. There will be some days off in between."

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Rehab assignment pending

    Santos (lat) will start a rehab assignment at Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday, Shannon Drayer of SeattleSports.com reports.

    Santos threw a live BP session Friday without a setback, paving the way for a minor-league rehab stint. Considering that he's been out since spring training, Santos should require several rehab appearances before being reinstated. It's unclear if he'll be able to return prior to the All-Star break.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Another live BP set

    Santos (lat) is set to throw another live batting practice Friday in Seattle and could begin a rehab assignment shortly thereafter, MLB.com reports.

    The right-hander put together a very encouraging live BP on Saturday in Miami before that day's game against the Marlins, using his sinker/slider combo with great effectiveness and impressive velocity against Ryan Bliss and Tyler Locklear in a 10-pitch session. If Santos encounters similar success Friday, it appears he'll be ticketed for what should be a fairly lengthy rehab assignment, given he's been sidelined since spring training.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Strong showing in live BP

    Santos (lat) came away from his live batting practice session Saturday feeling very encouraged after deploying his sinker/slider combination, MLB.com reports.

    Santos faced rookies Ryan Bliss and Tyler Locklear before Saturday's game in Miami and flummoxed both players consistently, not allowing either to put the ball in play over the quick 10-pitch session. Santos is slated to throw another bullpen session during the Mariners' current three-game series at Tropicana Field against the Rays, with another live batting practice a possibility in the days following. Assuming he continues free of setbacks through those sessions, Santos would then be set to begin a fairly lengthy rehab assignment.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Scheduled for bullpen session

    Santos (lat) is set to throw a live bullpen session in Miami on Saturday, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

    Santos continues to ramp up his activity level as he recovers from a right lat strain that he's been dealing with since February. Saturday's session will mark the first time the right-hander will face live batters, and he's inching closer to a rehab assignment. Santos appeared in 60 games with the White Sox last season, posting a 3.39 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 66:17 K:BB over 66.1 frames.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Uses all pitches in bullpen session

    Santos (lat) threw a 30-pitch up-and-down bullpen session Saturday, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

    Santos tossed 15 pitches in both of his sets and mixed in all of his pitches. Assuming Santos comes out of the side session without any renewed discomfort in his right lat, he'll likely be cleared to face hitters in a live batting practice session later this week. The Mariners remain optimistic that Santos will return from the 60-day injured list and make his team debut at some point in July.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Continues ramping up activity level

    Santos (lat) has continued throwing bullpens in recent days and is playing catch out to 105 feet between those sessions, MLB.com reports.

    Santos appears well on track to facing live hitters soon, given his cumulative level of activity recently. The right-hander remains without a timetable for return and could require a full-length rehab assignment whenever he's deemed ready to take that step since he's been sidelined since spring training.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Takes another step in recovery

    Santos (lat) threw a limited bullpen session before Tuesday's game against the Athletics, the Associated Press reports.

    The right-hander remains without a timetable for his season debut, but Santos could be looking at a post-All-Star-break return considering he'll presumably need a fairly lengthy rehab assignment. Santos was a versatile relief asset for the White Sox last season while recording two wins, six holds and five saves, and once healthy, he could eventually prove to be a viable sixth- or seventh-inning option in his new Seattle digs.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Expected back in July

    General manager Justin Hollander said Friday that Santos (lat) will likely remain out until July, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

    Santos has primarily been throwing from flat ground at the Mariners' complex in Arizona. He will now move his rehab from Arizona to Seattle, though it remains unclear how far away the 24-year-old righty is from throwing off a mound. Santos has been on the IL all season due to a strained right lat.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Ups throwing distance

    Santos (lat) recently upped his throwing distance to 120 feet, MLB.com reports.

    A recent shift to the 60-day IL didn't impact Santos' return timeline, as he was never expected to be able to make his season debut before late May. That timeframe appears to still remain realistic, and he's slated to continue throwing at the 120-foot distance throughout this week before upping his intensity again.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Shifts to 60-day IL

    The Mariners transferred Santos (lat) from the 15-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Thursday.

    The transaction was made in order to free up a spot on the 40-man roster for infielder Leonardo Rivas, whose contract was selected from Triple-A Tacoma. Santos is in the midst of a throwing program as he works his way back from a right lat strain, but the Mariners are proceeding conservatively with him. He won't be eligible to make his season debut until late May.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Throwing from 75 feet

    Santos (lat) has progressed to throwing from 75 feet and could soon up his distance to 105 feet, SeattleSports.com reports.

    General manager Justin Hollander noted Friday that the hope is Santos will be able to boost that distance at some point in the coming week, after which he'd progress to throwing off a mound. Hollander added the team would continue to be "somewhat conservative" with the right-hander's recovery, which eventually is expected to culminate in a lengthy rehab assignment given he missed the entirety of the Cactus League slate.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Inching toward mound work

    Santos (lat) has started a throwing program and is getting closer to beginning mound work, MLB.com reports. "I don't want to get into much more detail on timelines like that, but it has been very positive," manager Scott Servais said.

    Servais added that Santos is a "little bit" behind fellow sidelined reliever Matt Brash (elbow) in terms of his progress, but the Mariners' skipper seems encouraged overall by Santos' trajectory. Santos never did see Cactus League action this spring, so he'll be in line for what could be a full-length rehab assignment whenever he reaches that point in his recovery.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Plays catch Monday

    Santos (lat) played catch Monday after an MRI showed improvement, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports.

    Santos first felt tightness in his right lat at the beginning of spring training and has had trouble getting over the hump. It's certainly a good sign that he's throwing again, but the reliever has a long ways to go before a timeline to return is established.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Shelved with lat strain

    The Mariners placed Santos (lat) on the 15-day injured list Thursday.

    Santos was shut down March 11 after he was diagnosed with a right lat strain. He was scheduled to undergo an MRI on Thursday, and if the testing reveals that the inflammation in his lat has subsided, Santos could be cleared to start at throwing program in the coming days. Whenever he's able to make his Seattle debut, the right-hander will likely deployed as a setup man in front of closer Andres Munoz.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: MRI date set

    Santos (lat) will undergo an MRI on Thursday and the results will determine the next steps in his recovery, MLB.com reports.

    If the inflammation in Santos' lat has subsided sufficiently, the Mariners will begin mapping out a throwing program. The right-hander still projects to be sidelined for several more weeks, as he'll need to eventually complete a rehab assignment at the minor-league level before being deemed ready for activation.

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  • Mariners' Gregory Santos: Slated for MRI

    Santos (lat) will receive an MRI within the next few days, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    Santos strained his right lat during a bullpen session earlier in spring camp, and his MRI will determine if the inflammation has gone down enough for him to resume his throwing program. Santos will begin the year on the injured list, but his absence isn't expected to extend more than a month or two into the regular season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 190 lbs
Birthplace: San Cristobal, Dominican Republic
Age: 24
Experience: 3
Bats/Throws: R, R