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Indians News and Notes: Carlos Santana plays "happy," leads Tribe to victory

Indians News & Notes, April 7, 2016

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It wasn't Professor Plum in the parlor with a rope that finally killed off the Red Sox yesterday; it was the Hamster in left field with a snow cone, aided and abetted by Nap Time and Carlos "Happy" Santana.

Cleveland 7 - Boston 6

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