The Pirates signed Carlos Santana last offseason to a one-year deal. Santana did pretty well for the Bucs, providing some value with the bat, and a phenomenal glove over at first base. He was then traded to the Milwaukee Brewers where he continued to be a solid line-up presence as well as a good defensive first baseman.
Santana’s bottom line consisted of a .240/.318/.429 triple-slash, a 10.5% walk rate, and 16.5% strikeout rate. This marks 12 straight seasons with a strikeout rate under 20% and a walk rate over 10%. He also went yard 23 times, the eighth time he has accomplished that feat in his career. All told he had a .323 wOBA and 101 wRC+, making him roughly league average with the bat. However with the glove, he racked up +11 defensive runs saved and +3 outs above average.