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Topic - Carlos Santana
Carlos Santana totaled his Fisker Karma in Las Vegas Friday night after he fell asleep at the wheel, police told TMZ.
An 8-year-old Cleveland Indians fan with cerebral palsy had a wish straight out of Hollywood: He asked two of his favorite players to hit home runs.
Corey Kluber pitched eight shutout innings and the Cleveland Indians spoiled Stephen Strasburg's return with a 2-0 win over the Washington Nationals on Sunday.
Two pitches after his foul popup fell between Nick Swisher and second baseman Jason Kipnis, Rendon homered into the Nationals' bullpen off Vinnie Pestano (1-2) to stun the Indians and the crowd of 33,307.
Both teams had already qualified for the semifinals in San Francisco, and the game merely determined seedings. Puerto Rico plays two-time defending champion Japan on Sunday night, and the Dominicans face the Netherlands on Monday night.
The Kennedy Center is reviewing the way it selects artists who receive one of the nation's highest arts prizes, the Kennedy Center Honors, after a group said Latinos have been largely excluded.
The Cleveland Indians entered the offseason searching for a right-handed power hitter to bolster their lineup. After striking out at last week's winter meetings, they may have finally connected.
Mexican brother-sister duo Jesse & Joy and their pop hit "Corre!" ran away with four awards at the 13th Annual Latin Grammys, but Colombian rockero Juanes danced away with the award for best album for "MTV Unplugged" Thursday night.
As Colombian rockero Juanes took home the best album award, Mexican brother-sister duo Jesse & Joy and their pop hit "Corre!" ran away with four awards at the 13th Annual Latin Grammys.
With their hit "Corre!" Mexican brother-sister pop duo Jesse & Joy ran away from the pack with four awards, including best song and best recording, at the 13th Annual Latin Grammys in Las Vegas on Thursday night.
The woman who was her mother's inspiration for writing what millions of pregnant women consider their bible, "What to Expect When You're Expecting," is now pregnant herself and joining the family business.
Carlos Santana is ready for the ultimate riff: a memoir.
A bad week on the injury front just got worse for the Cleveland Indians.
A lawsuit filed against the Recording Academy over its decision to trim the Grammy Award categories from 109 to 78 has been dismissed.
Royals starter Luke Hochevar had to be helped off the field after taking a line drive off his left ankle to end the fourth inning against Cleveland on Friday.
"They told me I was their favorite player, and I promised to hit a home run for him," Santana said.
"We are a small nation, but with good foundation," Santana said. "We have good ballplayers, and that is being proven here."