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Johan Santana

Johan Santana

Johan Santana Suspends Comeback Bid for 2015 Season

Johan Santana's latest bid for a Major League Baseball return has hit a snag that will keep the left-hander off the mound in 2015. 

According to's Adam Rubin, Santana needs time to recover from a toe problem before he can pitch again:

Two-time Cy Young winner Johan Santana has suspended his bid to pitch in the majors and will try again in 2016, a source told

MLB Rumors: Latest on James Shields, Yoan Moncada and More

The calendar has changed over to 2015, yet there are still several noticeable names remaining in the MLB free-agent pool.

Johan Santana to Orioles: Latest Details, Reaction and Analysis

Johan Santana is no longer one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball, but the Baltimore Orioles hope that there is something left in his magical left arm.

According to Jon Heyman of, the O's agreed to a one-year deal with the two-time Cy Young Award winner:

Is Johan Santana Capable of Being Late-Season Baltimore Orioles X-Factor?

It's been an interesting offseason for the Baltimore Orioles, as they made mostly under-the-radar moves up until the past couple weeks, when they added a pair of the top remaining free agents on the market in slugger Nelson Cruz and right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez.

Under the Knife: Latest MLB Injury Updates

I made it to Opening Day.

This year, Opening Day meant more than most years, since I was the one that almost went on the DL. Instead, I stood on the field Monday in Milwaukee, looking at the steel roof above the green grass and loving that it was once again baseball season. It was an amazing feeling, talking with so many media friends and having everyone from Doug Melvin to Ryan Braun pausing to ask how I was feeling. 

3 Reasons Why Johan Santana Pitching in the World Baseball Classic Is Unwise

After not pitching in the 2009 World Baseball Classic while recovering from a knee injury, Johan Santana has apparently expressed interest in pitching for Team Venezuela in the 2013 World Baseball Classic, which will begin this March.

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN, Santana will try to participate in the event once gets past a few obstacles he will have to go through, due to the time he spent on the disabled list at the end of the 2012 season.

Santana to His Mets Teammates: 'We as a Team Made History Tonight'

Last weekend, I went to Citi Field and saw Johan Santana pitch a masterpiece. Santana dominated the San Diego Padres over nine innings. The Mets won 9-0 and Santana had his first shutout since 2010. The lefty struck out eight batters, walked none and threw 74 of his 96 total pitches for strikes.

New York Mets: 6 Reasons Why Johan's No-Hitter Was Extra Special

After 51 years, two months, and one day, the wait ended for the New York Mets. Johan Santana gave Mets fans what they so desperately craved: a no-hitter. 

Place Your Mets: Johan Santana Throws First No-Hitter in Mets History

It's time to place your Mets (bets).

The New York Mets finally have their first no-hitter in franchise history. And it only took 51 years, 8,020 games and three ballparks to do it.


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