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Plain Dealer Sep 12, 2014

Carlos Santana's turnaround and Corey Kluber's Cy Young Award candidacy: Zack Meisel's musings

After the Indians' win on May 21, Santana was batting .146 with a .268 slugging percentage, five home runs and 13 RBIs in 164 at-bats. In 313 at-bats since, he has batted .280 with a .542 slugging percentage, 22 home runs and 64 RBIs.
Plain Dealer Sep 11, 2014
Carlos Santana's boom-or-bust bat booming again: Cleveland Indians notes

Carlos Santana's boom-or-bust bat booming again: Cleveland Indians notes

Carlos Santana hits two homers and drives in four runs Thursday in the Indians' doubleheader sweep of the Twins.
News-Herald Sep 11, 2014

Cleveland Indians notes: Carlos Santana finds his groove in September

Carlos Santana is getting hot at the right time - for the Indians, for the Indians' pitchers and for himself. The Indians swept a doubleheader from the Twins on Sept. 11, and the main wrecking ball was Santana. While Corey Kluber was sitting on the Twins' bats in the first game, Santana ignited the Tribe's offense with a two-run home run in the first inning that gave the Indians a 2-1 lead.
News-Herald Sep 11, 2014

Cleveland Indians sweep Minnesota Twins thanks to starting pitching, Carlos Santana

It's a simple game. Just ask T.J. House. "My mentality," he said, "was if I don't give up any runs, they can't beat me." House didn't, and the Twins didn't. House on Sept. 11 pitched seven scoreless innings and combined with two relievers on a four-hitter as the Indians' completed a doubleheader sweep of the Minnesota Twins with a 2-0 victory that is the perfect slingshot into the Indians' next Most Important Series of the Year, a three-game series in Detroit that starts on Sept.
Chronicle-Telegram Sep 11, 2014

Indians notes: Carlos Santana salvages season and then some

CLEVELAND — If Carlos Santana is feeling the effects of a long season, it’s tough to tell. Despite dealing with nagging leg injuries recently, the Indians first baseman continues to surge after a seriously slow start to the year. Santana, who entered the second game of Thursday’s doubleheader hitting .233 with 26 home runs and Read More...The post Indians notes: Carlos Santana salvages season and then some 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.
Rotoworld Sep 11, 2014

Carlos Santana hits 26th, 27th homers - Carlos Santana (1B) Cleveland Indians

Carlos Santana homered in both games of Thursday's doubleheader against the Twins.
Plain Dealer Sep 11, 2014

Stop yelling at your flat screen, Carlos Santana isn't dogging it for Cleveland Indians

Carlos Santana has been playing for a sore right quadriceps muscle for the last month, which doesn't explain why he missed first base Tuesday night in the eighth inning, but does explain why he hasn't been running the bases hard.
News-Herald Sep 10, 2014
Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Indians' Carlos Santana has salvaged his season

Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Indians' Carlos Santana has salvaged his season

Is Carlos Santana overrated? By one measure, yes. According to FanGraphs, Santana is the fifth-worst player in the American League as measured by the percentage of times he scores a run, once he reaches base. Thanks to his league-leading 101 walks, Santana has a .369 on-base percentage, which ranks 11th in the American League.
KFFL Sep 7, 2014

Indians | Carlos Santana leads in walks

Cleveland Indians 1B Carlos Santana drew his major league-leading 100th walk of the season in ...
News-Herald Sep 6, 2014

Baseball notes: Indians' Santana has chance to make history

Indians first baseman Carlos Santana has a chance to do something this year that hasn't been done by an Indians player in 94 years - lead the major leagues in walks. At the start of play Sept. 6, Santana was leading the American League with 98 walks. Jose Bautista was second with 86. The National League leader in walks is Miami's Giancarlo Stanton with 90.
Chronicle-Telegram Aug 31, 2014
Tribe downs Royals in 11th inning

Tribe downs Royals in 11th inning

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s getting very crowded at the top of the AL Central. The surging Cleveland Indians have turned the division into one of baseball’s best playoff races. Michael Brantley and Carlos Santana each had an RBI single in the 11th inning, leading the Indians to a 3-2 victory over the sliding Kansas Read More...The post Tribe downs Royals in 11th inning 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.
Plain Dealer Aug 30, 2014

Cleveland Indians first baseman Carlos Santana continues his conquest of Kansas City

The Tribe first baseman now owns 11 hits in 18 at-bats with six home runs and 11 RBIs over his last five games at Kauffman Stadium. In those five contests, he has compiled an unearthly .611/.720/1.667 slash line.
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 30, 2014
Indians 6, Royals 1: Carlos Santana still a hit in K.C. with another power display

Indians 6, Royals 1: Carlos Santana still a hit in K.C. with another power display

KANSAS CITY, Mo.: Once again, Carlos Santana was a huge hit in Kansas City.Santana, who homered five times at Kauffman Stadium in a series last month, hit a two-run homer as the Indians topped the Royals 6-1 Friday night.The loss cut the Royals’ lead to a half-game over Detroit in the AL Central.Santana connected in the ninth inning for his 22nd home run, helped Cleveland win for the fifth time in six games.“I have teams, Minnesota, Kansas City, I have good sense when I come here,” Santana said.Santana said he hit a changeup from Francisley Bueno that was right down the middle.“I hope...
Columbus Dispatch Aug 30, 2014

Indians 6, Royals 1: Carlos Santana homers, drives in three

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Once again, Carlos Santana was a huge hit in Kansas City. Santana, who homered five times at Kauffman Stadium in a series last month, hit a two-run homer as the Cleveland Indians topped the Royals 6-1 yesterday night.
Chronicle-Telegram Aug 30, 2014

Carlos Santana stays hot against Kansas City as Indians pick up big win over Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Once again, Carlos Santana was a huge hit in Kansas City. Santana, who homered five times at Kauffman Stadium in a series last month, hit a two-run homer as the Cleveland Indians topped the Royals 6-1 Friday night. The loss cut the Royals’ lead to a half-game over Detroit in the Read More...The post Carlos Santana stays hot against Kansas City as Indians pick up big win over Royals 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.

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