Twins starter Ervin Santana on staff’s entrance workplace: ‘They took our items away’ | MLB


Ervin Santana isn’t pleased with the Twins’ entrance workplace.

Minnesota just lately traded away second baseman Brian Dozier, starter Lance Lynn, reliever Fernando Rodney in addition to different key contributors. Santana expressed his frustration concerning the latest offers Friday following the Twins 5-Three loss to the Tigers.

“It’s robust, particularly after we’re solely 10 video games out and we’ve two months left,” Santana stated (by way of the St. Paul Pioneer-Press). “All people’s like, ‘They gave up.’ We’re not giving up, however they did. They took our items away, and it’s troublesome to play with out our good items … So we simply should play with what we’ve and attempt to win video games.”

Santana, who’s in his fourth yr with the Twins, has made 4 begins this season since coming back from a hand damage in late July. He was an All-Star in 2017 when he tallied a 16-Eight file with a 3.28 ERA.

Santana stated gamers aren’t specializing in different strikes the entrance workplace could make this month.

“We don’t have management over that,” Santana stated. “We’re simply right here. We play someday at a time, so something can occur.”

The Twins entered play Saturday in second place of the American League Central with a 53-62 file. They path the division main Indians by 11 video games.

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