Santana will earn a base salary of $1.75 million if he's in the majors, with the chance to earn another $1 million via incentives, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. If he starts the season in Triple-A, Santana will get a $100,000 bonus. The deal also contains an opt-out clause.
Santana, 30, only appeared in 15 games last season after undergoing elbow surgery. He underwent the procedure in September, and the recovery timeline was projected to be seven-to-eight months.
The seven-year veteran produced a breakout campaign in 2019, hitting 28 home runs with 21 stolen bases while posting a .857 OPS over 130 games for the Texas Rangers. He's also suited up for the Minnesota Twins and Atlanta Braves.