Mr. Santiago, please come in and have a seat. So I see that you are going to be joining our little family this year. Terrific, terrific. Always good to have some new blood, especially on the pitching side of the business.
I haven't had much of a chance to go through your file, so forgive me if some of my questions are fairly obvious. I just had so little time to prepare. I knew we were hiring, but your name was not one that had come across my desk as a potential candidate. Don't take that as an insult, but we were casting a pretty wide net, so there were a lot of resumes to review and I couldn't get to them all.
With that out of the way, let's get started by talking about your role a little bit. I see here that your hiring manager hasn't actually decided what your job title is going to be. in fact, that looks like a bit of a trend for you. In Chicago, both at the big club and the farm, you've been splitting time between working as a starter and a reliever. Hopefully we will be able to give you a little more stability here, but I just can't promise you which role it will be yet as we haven't finished this hiring cycle just yet.no comments