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Topic - Carlos Santana
The Cleveland Indians placed Carlos Santana on the seven-day disabled list with a concussion and infielder Nick Swisher on the 15-day DL with a left knee injury on Tuesday.
Corey Kluber had command of his pitches, worked the strike zone effectively and regularly got ahead in the count.
It wasn't facing his former team that brought out the worst in Ubaldo Jimenez. Unfortunately, it's pretty much been like that all season for the $50 million right-hander.
Since the Cleveland Indians are not getting paid extra to work overtime, they'll happily take a victory for their effort.
Carlos Santana doubled in two runs with two outs in the 13th inning, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-7 Thursday night for their fourth straight victory.
Try to speak with Carlos Santana about his new album and he'll want to talk about another topic: changing the world.
Indians manager Terry Francona has made several lineup changes in an attempt to turn around the team's struggling offense.
Justin Masterson has known mostly success against the Blue Jays - but he didn't have much after the third inning Tuesday night.
After throwing pitches into the seventh inning, R.A. Dickey hailed Melky Cabrera for his one perfect toss.
The Cleveland Indians were willing to try almost anything to end their losing streak.
Howie Kendrick doesn't care where he hits in the lineup, as long as he gets opportunities to drive in runs for the Angels.
The Cleveland Indians made their first visit this season to Angel Stadium and found an old friend in the closer's role for the other team - Joe Smith.
Cleveland manager Terry Francona had enough confidence in slumping Carlos Santana to keep the switch-hitting third baseman in the cleanup spot, and he delivered with a three-run homer.
Yan Gomes took the blame. For the Indians, there was plenty to go around.
Sergio Santos wasn't as wild. He was just as worrisome.
"I thought it would be good for him because he's starting to chase some balls out of the zone," he said. "I thought he was getting a little anxious. He's always had that volatile swing, and he stays in the zone so well, but yesterday I thought he started chasing. So I thought I would give him a night to kind of take it easy."
"It was a great game for me, but I'm feeling a little sad because my team lost," Santana said. "I've been working so hard on my hitting. I've been struggling, and those things happen. But it's a long season."