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Plain Dealer May 19, 2016

Carlos Santana's bat, Josh Tomlin's arm and bat help Cleveland Indians top Cincinnati Reds: DMan's Report, Game 38

Carlos Santana hit two homers and Josh Tomlin was good on the mound and in the box as the Cleveland Indians defeated the Cincinnati Reds, 7-2, Thursday night in Cincinnati.
Akron Beacon Journal May 8, 2016

Indians 5, Royals 4: Indians take Mother’s Day game, weekend series

CLEVELAND: The Indians led after their first batter of the day, eventually fell behind and then re-took the lead and held on for a 5-4 Mother’s Day victory over the Kansas City Royals. “That was good. We needed to,” Indians manager Terry Francona said. “Sometimes it’s easier said than done. We played pretty good baseball, we just didn’t get a key hit or things you get on the road or in an extra-inning game, and those things happen. It was really important or us to jump right back and we did a really good job.”Carlos Santana, hitting leadoff on Sunday, belted a solo home run to...
Plain Dealer May 5, 2016

Carlos Santana getting comfortable at top of Cleveland Indians' lineup

So far, so good for Carlos Santana hitting leadoff. The Indians are 6-1 with him at the top of the lineup.
Akron Beacon Journal May 5, 2016

Indians notebook: Lineup changes possible; Michael Brantley still working toward 100 percent health

CLEVELAND: When the Indians slotted Carlos Santana into the leadoff spot, they weren’t asking him to change his approach at the plate. He already drew walks at such a high rate that Indians manager Terry Francona didn’t want him to alter his approach regardless of lineup placement. That constant approach was one of the reasons the Indians had confidence Santana would handle it well. It also means Santana might have an easier time being moved up or down in the lineup, like Thursday night, when Francona had Santana hitting sixth. Facing Detroit Tigers right-handed pitcher Michael Fulmer,...
Plain Dealer May 5, 2016
Starting lineups, Game 25: Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers

Starting lineups, Game 25: Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers

The Indians are 6-1 with Carlos Santana in the leadoff spot, but Santana won't be batting in the top position on Thursday. Here are the lineups and the pitching matchup for Thursday's series finale between Cleveland and Detroit.
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 24, 2016

Carlos Carrasco exits Sunday’s game with apparent left leg injury

Indians starting pitcher exited Sunday’s game against the Detroit Tigers in the third inning with an apparent left leg injury. With one out in the third inning, Carrasco was covering first on a ground ball to first baseman Carlos Santana when he fell to the ground. He immediately began grabbing at his left leg and was helped off the field. He was later helped back into the Indians’ clubhouse and trainers room area by pitching coach Mickey Callaway and athletic trainer James Quinlan. Carrasco couldn’t put weight on the leg. Trevor Bauer quickly warmed up and entered the game....

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