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Carlos Santana hits home run milestone

Milestones are a big part of baseball, for both players and fans. And while the circumstances aren't always ideal, reaching those career milestones can often provide silver lining to an otherwise lousy day at the ballpark. That was the case for Carlos Santana on Sunday. The Indians first baseman hit his 100th career homer in a 7-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Sure...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians: Whatever happened to Travis Hafner?

This is the third installment of my “Whatever happened to” series, where I take a look at the careers and lives of former Cleveland Indians players, before and after their days with the Tribe. To read the first piece on Matt LaPorta, click here. To read the second piece on Grady Sizemore, click here. In his time with the Cleveland Indians, Travis Hafner established himself as...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians set for first big weekend series with Tigers

Progressive Field should be rocking this weekend, and for good reason. Not only will the Indians be opening up Progressive Field on Friday afternoon for the first time in 2015, but it will be against their division rival in the Detroit Tigers. It’ll only be the first weekend of the baseball season, but this one could end up being one of the biggest and most important weekends for...
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Ball Played: Carrasco dominates, Santana goes yard in win

Wednesday was the anniversary of Frank Robinson breaking the color barrier by becoming the first African American manager in MLB for the Cleveland Indians in 1975. He celebrated by hitting a homerun in his first at bat of the game. The Indians have made sure to highlight this anniversary with a dedicated plaque outside the right field gates. For the game itself, it was expected to...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians: Whatever happened to Grady Sizemore?

Remember how exciting of a player Grady Sizemore used to be? If you’re a Cleveland Indians fan, you likely do. Even if you’re not, you might remember Sizemore as being one of the best all-around youngsters in the game at one time. Sizemore did everything well, playing center field better than most and swinging a productive bat to go along with deadly speed. Unfortunately, injuries...
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Santana Continues to Walk The Line of Superstardom

If Carlos Santana wasn’t a fan of his musical counterpart, then he should at least be a fan of Johnny Cash. As Cash states in his song, “I Walk the Line,” Santana also shows how good he is at taking a walk or two throughout the season. In 2014, he did it 113 times, in which he led all of MLB. Santana has always had good plate discipline, it’s probably his strongest and most...
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March 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Player Profile #74: Carlos Santana | C/1B/3B | CLE

Reserve your FREE copy of Baseball Professor’s 2015 Draft Guide, complete with our list of the Top 100 Dynasty League Prospects. 10,000 words of prospect coverage available on February 17! With great power, an elite walk rate, and a great-given-his-patience strikeout rate, Carlos Santana has many of the tools that make fantasy monsters. Unfortunately, with a low line drive...
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February 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Carlos Santana…surprise, surprise….AL Player of the Week

After tearing apart the Kansas City Royals this weekend, it was no shocker that Tribe first baseman/DH Carlos Santana has been named American League Player of the Week. Over his last six games, Carlos has had quite the run. How does 14-23, six homers, three doubles, 10 RBIs, eight runs scored sound to you? Pretty good. With his walking abilities in tow, Santana has reached base 20...
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July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Santana Showing Signs of Heating Up

Maybe, just maybe, the bat of Cleveland Indians man-without-a-position Carlos Santana is finally heating up. It is tough to guess the exact culprit for the struggles of the once-reliable slugger at the plate this season, but since his return from the seven-day concussion disabled list at the beginning of June, his bat has been a bit livelier. Given his numbers over the first two...
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June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Cleveland Indians: 3 up and 3 down

Cleveland Indians: 3 up and 3 downThe Cleveland Indians won 21 games in September, were 92-70 overall, nearly captured the AL Central crown, but eventually lost the wild card game to end a sensational turnaround season. The Indians were powered by better-than-expected starting pitching and a prolific offense and were guided by their most important asset; manager Terry Francona. The...
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

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