I guess this is expected, seeing the trade happened around a year ago.
One year later, it would seem that The ChiSox are winning that deal, which is obvious considering Santos missing the year due to injuries.
But if you look at the numbers, you can see that Molina has struggled in his transition to the higher levels of the minors. Last season for AA, he went 6-11, with 4.3 ERA, and a much worse k/9 (6.2) than with his stint with the jays (13.5).
He's already 23. Do you think he's going to be an impact pitcher in the Majors?
Is Santos going to prove his worth next year?
And by the way, those pants, they belong to my dad.And they're not really pants,