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Akron Beacon Journal Jul 26, 2015
Indians hold team meeting following 2-1 loss to Chicago White Sox

Indians hold team meeting following 2-1 loss to Chicago White Sox

CLEVELAND: The Indians lost to the Chicago White Sox 2-1 Sunday, completing a four-game sweep at home in which they scored one or zero runs in three of the four games.White Sox (46-50) starter Carlos Rodon (4-3) threw 6⅔ shutout innings, allowing five hits and striking out nine. The Indians didn’t get a run home until the ninth inning, facing closer David Robertson (21 saves).Down 2-0, Giovanny Urshela tripled to open the inning. Carlos Santana struck out and David Murphy grounded out to make it 2-1. Brandon Moss then flew out to end the game. Indians starter Danny Salazar (8-6) threw...
Plain Dealer Jul 25, 2015

Would Cleveland Indians consider trading Carlos Santana? Hey, Hoynsie

Would the Indians trade Carlos Santana? Perhaps, but the asking price would be high.
Chronicle-Telegram Jul 12, 2015

Indians notes: Carlos Santana getting hot for second half?

CLEVELAND — As he has been prone to do over recent years, Indians first baseman Carlos Santana appears to be getting hot as the second half approaches. Santana, a streaky hitter by nature, has scuffled for the majority of the season, but he was productive in the final homestand before the All-Star break, going 9-for-23 Read More... The post Indians notes: Carlos Santana getting hot for second half? appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram. Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 11, 2015

A's 5, Indians 4: Saturday's One Last Thing on Carlos Santana heating up

The Indians twice fought back but eventually fell to the Oakland A’s 5-4 Saturday night at Progressive Field. A Billy Butler doubled that scored three runs put the A’s up 5-2 in the eighth. Carlos Santana crushed a two-run home run to make it 5-4, but that’s all the Indians could do. The loss snapped a five-game winning streak. Saturday’s One Last Thing: Carlos Santana heating up could be the Indians’ biggest weapon in the second half of the season. Santana has been ice cold this entire season. He draws walks, and enough so that he’ll always have at least some value in...
Plain Dealer Jul 9, 2015

Cleveland Indians fans battling frustration while waiting for Carlos Santana and team to get hot: Terry Pluto (photos)

Terry Pluto: A hot second half by Carlos Santana is a necessary ingredient for a Tribe revival this season.
Plain Dealer Jul 8, 2015
Carlos Santana's struggles, Giovanny Urshela's quest for the ball and Francisco Lindor's scooter: Zack Meisel's musings

Carlos Santana's struggles, Giovanny Urshela's quest for the ball and Francisco Lindor's scooter: Zack Meisel's musings

Santana owns an .815 OPS with the bases empty. He has socked seven of his nine home runs in such situations. With runners on base, he is batting .176 with a .611 OPS.
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 7, 2015

Indians notebook: Carlos Santana dropped to seventh in lineup as struggles continue

CLEVELAND: Carlos Santana simply hasn’t been the same hitter at the plate this season as in the past, and the Indians are hoping he finds himself sooner rather than later. For now, he’s been pushed down to the No. 7 spot in the batting order after spending most of the season hitting in the No. 2 spot or cleanup. It doesn’t mean it’s a permanent demotion, but it is a clear sign that Santana has to start finding his swing again to bolster an Indians lineup that’s often been treading water. Another piece to the move is that the Indians are trying to take advantage of a sudden hot...
Chronicle-Telegram Jul 7, 2015

Indians notes: Slumping Carlos Santana moved down in order

CLEVELAND — The Indians keep waiting — and hoping — for Carlos Santana to shake his season-long slump, but it hadn’t happened over Cleveland’s first 82 games. As a result, Santana, who entered Tuesday hitting just .207 over 75 games, was dropped from fifth to seventh in the batting order. “Carlos has really had a Read More... The post Indians notes: Slumping Carlos Santana moved down in order appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram. Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
News-Herald Jul 7, 2015
Cleveland Indians notes: Scuffling Carlos Santana slides down in order

Cleveland Indians notes: Scuffling Carlos Santana slides down in order

Carlos Santana and his .207 batting average was in the No. 7 spot of the Indians' lineup July 7. That's a new low for the slumping Santana. He had not hit below the No. 5 spot in the lineup all season, until July 7, when Manager Terry Francona dropped him to No. 7.This from a player who was at one time so highly regarded as a hitter that in his major-league debut with the Indians on June 11, 2010, he hit in the No.
News-Herald Jun 30, 2015
Jim Ingraham: Cody Anderson on encouraging trajectory, Carlos Santana is not

Jim Ingraham: Cody Anderson on encouraging trajectory, Carlos Santana is not

Two Indians situations: one good, one bad.The good: Well, at least now we know who the Indians' starting pitcher should be if they somehow make it to the playoffs and face Tampa Bay.After the first two starts of his major-league career, Cody Anderson has already established "Who's your daddy?" ownage on the Rays.

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