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Playing for Keeps: Carlos Santana

In many fantasy leagues, there's a 20 games played requirement to retain eligibility at a position for the following year. With only 11 games played behind the dish in 2014, Carlos Santana will enter the 2015 season without catcher eligibility for the first time in his career. It's a bummer for keeper league owners who were slotting him as a catcher, but he remains a solid keeper...
Via Razzball
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Teams have contacted Indians about Carlos Santana

The Cleveland Indians have been receiving calls regarding trading away infielder Carlos Santana, according to Jon Morosi of FOX Sports. Teams have contacted #Indians about 1B/DH Carlos Santana, but no deal close. @FOXSports — Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) December 8, 2014 Thought it is not yet known on which teams have contacted the Indians, it is not to anyone’s surprise that teams...
Via Baseball Essential
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Indians “optimistic” about acquiring Brandon Moss

There’s a glut of 1B/DH/OF types in Oakland (and quite frankly, in Cleveland too), and one of those players seems likely to be moved this winter. The A’s are talking to the Cleveland Indians about Brandon Moss, and the Tribe is “optimistic” that a deal will get done between the two clubs. #Indians guardedly optimistic that trade for Oakland's Brandon Moss will get done....
Via The Outside Corner
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Carlos Santana Cleveland’s Best Twitter Account?

If one was to rank Cleveland athletes by who would be the best to follow on Twitter—be it due to charisma, penchant for intriguing statements, or simple awesomeness—where would Indians slugger Carlos Santana rank? The Tribe’s catcher turned third baseman turned first baseman (and sometimes designated hitter) has taken his quiet in-season approach and crept on to the Twitter...
Via Waiting For Next Year
20 days ago  |  Discuss

The makeup of the 2019 Cleveland Indians lineup

It’s hard to predict the makeup of a major league roster in five years.  In sports, all it takes is one injury to end or derail a promising career.  Besides the obvious injury factor, you never know if a player is going to exceed or fall short of expectations and contract value. Who would’ve thought Michael Brantley would finish third in the MVP race this past season?  Corey...
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Santana named AL Player of the Week

Carlos Santana was feeling it over the last week. So much that there was little question as to who would win the American League Player of the Week. Santana was in a class of his own over the past week. He was the star of an otherwise dull and disappointing road swing for the Indians. Santana put on a one-man hitting clinic. Santana left little doubt in the Player of the Week conversation...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
July 29, 2014  |  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...
Via Waiting For Next Year
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...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
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

Winter Ball Notebook: Is the Santana third base experiment over?

The Dominican Winter League playoffs began this past week, and one of the biggest surprises was the participation of the Indians’ Carlos Santana. Many were unsure as to how long Santana would remain with his Dominican team, but it does at least appear as if he will be remaining with Leones del Escogido for the time being. In other news, the regular seasons in both the Puerto Rican...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

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