11:28 PM EST, Sat February 28, 2015
Toronto Star 1 hour ago
Once feared for his devastating changeup and mid-90s fastball, Santana’s finest moment was a no-hitter with the New York Mets in June 2012.
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National Post Feb 26, 2015
The Toronto Blue Jays have signed two-time American League Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana to a minor-league contract
New York Daily News Feb 26, 2015
Johan Santana has not given up on his attempted big league comeback.
Toronto Sun Feb 26, 2015
Once one of baseball’s greatest pitchers, but now more than two years removed from his most recent big-league start, Johan Santana has signed a minor-league deal with the Blue Jays.
Toronto Star Feb 26, 2015
Thirty-five-year-old has not appeared in a major-league game since 2012 due to a torn anterior capsule in his pitching shoulder.
Toronto Sun 1 hour ago
Johan Santana moved into his new spring training locker in the Blue Jays clubhouse Saturday morning. One of the first items to go on display was a picture from the no-hitter he threw for the New York Mets on June 1, 2012, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 8-0. His catcher that day was Josh Thole. The photograph is both a cherished memory and a motiva
MetsBlog Feb 26, 2015
Former Met Johan Santana has signed a minor league deal with Toronto that includes an invite to major league camp (Heyman, Feb. 26). Santana, 35, has been dealing with shoulder woes and has not appeared in the majors …
National Post 7 hours ago
Now, at 35, Santana is trying again, having signed a minor-league deal that involves no risk for the Jays