Chicago White Sox Have Found a Closer: Sergio Santos

Sergio Santos sturck out three Chicago Cubs yesterday in 1.1 innings to preserve the Sox's 3-2 win.

Today, he earned the save once again, striking out two Cubbies in the ninth inning as the South Siders won 4-3.

Needless to say, Santos has established himself as the White Sox's closer.

Matt Thornton can return to the set-up man role that Neal Cotts used to play for Bobby Jenks when the Sox won the 2005 World Series.

By the way, I am on Facebook now as Andrew Rosten.

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