QnD info on the switch-hitting Santiago, who turned 32 at the end of August: Has alternated between SS & 2B for the Tigers. Playing primarily at second in 2011, he put up a 10.4 UZR/150 in 195 innings at short. In 2010, he played primarily at SS (617 innings) and was good for a 16.1 UZR/150. Last season at the plate he hit .260/.311/.384 with 5 HR. No info in the report as to the amount of money/years Santiago might be looking for. He made $1.35MM last year in the second season of a two year/$2.5MM deal.