Tag: Carlos Santana

Masterson Gem Leads Indians to Historic Sweep

Masterson Gem Leads Indians to Historic Sweep
June 30, 2013

What a weekend. After sweeping the longest 18-inning double header in major league history on Friday night, the Indians rallied …Read the Rest

Asdrubal Cabrera DL-Bound After Loss in New York

June 4, 2013

It wasn’t a good night for the Indians. First, the result on the field wasn’t very good. Justin Masterson (8-4, …Read the Rest

Reds Score Often as Tribe’s Losing Streak Reaches Five

May 29, 2013

Through his first nine starts of the year, Tribe right-hander Zach McAllister has been quietly impressive, sporting a rotation-leading 2.89 …Read the Rest

Pitching Again Falters in Loss

Pitching Again Falters in Loss
May 23, 2013

For pretty much the entire season thus far, the narrative has remained the same: this team can hit, but can …Read the Rest

Tribe Bats Stay Silent as Kazmir Struggles Through Five

May 15, 2013

After scoring 91 runs in 14 games between April 28 and May 12, the Tribe’s offense continued to scuffle for …Read the Rest

So this is what offense looks like…

So this is what offense looks like…
April 7, 2013

How nice is it to turn on the Indians game and know that there is a legitimate chance they might …Read the Rest

Walking In Tampa

April 7, 2013

Before I get into the recap of Saturday night’s game, I think it’s important to put the Indians start into …Read the Rest

Things to work on: Carlos Santana

Things to work on: Carlos Santana
March 15, 2013

Throughout spring training I’ll be highlighting “things to work on” for certain key players this year.  Carlos Santana is the typical power …Read the Rest

I’ll trade you…

November 13, 2012

Last summer, an audience member at a luncheon I attended asked Indians President Mark Shapiro if any player was off-limits …Read the Rest

Carlos Santana, where has all your power gone?

Carlos Santana, where has all your power gone?
October 21, 2012

While he was hardly the only struggling hitter, one of the most noticeable Indians to take a step backwards in …Read the Rest