"I still got it," said Santiago, who threw seven screwballs in Wednesday's one-inning stint, according to MLB.com Gameday. "It's more comfortable in my hand. The ball is getting a little bit smaller.
"At the beginning, it felt big in the hand, so I kept like losing it. Now, it actually feels a lot better. I've been throwing it really well in the game. I'm throwing it for a strike and not bouncing it 20 feet in front of home plate anymore."
Six of Santiago's screwballs went for strikes against the Blue Jays.