Carlos Santana Priming For Swell Second HalfLike Danny Salazar re-emerging in the starting rotation, Carlos Santana re-surfacing as one of the Indians’ most dangerous hitters would be better than any trade the team could make in the next week.
Tomlin, Indians Win Fourth Straight, 6-2 Over RedsJosh Tomlin pitched six efficient innings, Carlos Santana homered twice and the Indians won their fourth straight, 6-2 over the Reds
Casey Stern: The Indians Window Is Now, They Have To Trade For A 3rd StarterCasey Stern of MLB Network Radio and Turner Sports joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk some Indians baseball.
Santana Returns From Paternity List At Best Possible TimeThe words “giving birth” and “at the best possible moment” do not occur often in the same sense, at least without a few pounds, few ounces of sarcasm attached.
Almonte Activated, Santana Placed On Paternity ListSantana can be on the paternity list for one-to-three days.
Mistakes, Lack of Championship Plays Stymieing IndiansCleveland Indians manager Terry Francona has said his team not making the plays that allowed them to be in a championship position in 2016.
Indians Seeing Second Gear With Production From Big BatsAfter a frustrating start to a homestand where the Indians dropped three straight amidst an offensive lull, the team has begun to see what they have when their big bats get in the swing of things.
Smoke Signals: Clichés, Delays and Santana's Defensive WaysThe players converged, the fireworks fired off, and the 27th out had been made. The Indians topped the Reds, 3-2. Then clichés rained down harder on the home team and their crowd than the precipitation that delayed the game for 121 minutes.
Kipnis-Santana Switch Unlocks New Offensive Level Going ForwardTerry Francona says he is not a fan of shaking up the lineup for the sake of shaking it up. Well, consider the Indians-9 stirred at the very least.
T.J. Zuppe: People Are Down On Carlos Santana Because He Doesn't Put Up Stats ConventionallyT.J. Zuppe talks if the Indians can "flip the switch" like the Cavs, Carlos Santana at the plate and Trevor Bauer's time in the rotation
Smoke Signals: Clevinger's Repertoire, Allen's Numbers, and Santana In the ClutchCalled up from Triple-A Columbus to fill in for Corey Kluber, Clevinger was in control for 5 2/3 innings in his 2017 debut. The right-hander allowed just one hit over that span in his first big league start of the year, walking four and striking out five.
Santana, Lindor Homer In 9th To Beat Royals 3-1Carlos Santana and Francisco Lindor hit back-to-back home runs with two outs in the ninth inning to lift the Cleveland Indians to a 3-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday.

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