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Just another day for Carlos Santana - pass U.S. citizenship test, hit walk-off homer

News and notes, Saturday, April 6, 2019

Toronto Blue Jays v Cleveland Indians Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

Yesterday’s Basseball

Cleveland 3 - Toronto 2

Recap: LGT | MLB | Box Score

Soon-to-be American Carlos Santana walks it off for the Tribe

Today’s Baseball

Cleveland v Toronto 4:10 p,m, EDT

Carlos Carrasco looks to put it together vesus former Tribe farmhand Thomas Pannone

Other Indians News

Santana, Hanley pass U.S. citizenship test - Indians manager Terry Francona announced Friday afternoon that Ramirez and Santana each passed the U.S. citizenship test and both will be officially sworn in on April 19.

Jason Kipnis ‘feeling good,’ aims to return to Indians on upcoming road trip | - If all goes well in Columbus, Kipnis is hopeful he can rejoin the Indians on the upcoming road trip, which starts in Detroit on Tuesday, April 9, continues in Kansas City against the Royals (April 12-14) and concludes in Seattle against the Mariners (April 15-April 17).

30 years later: Oral History of Milwaukee's Role in Major League - It's a comedy about a bunch of misfit baseball players overcoming themselves to build a winner with the Cleveland Indians. But it was Milwaukee, not Cleveland, and the people living here taking a starring role alongside Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger and Rene Russo.

Cleveland Indians: A roster reset and help could be coming soon – Terry Pluto - - The Cleveland Indians front office is watching the same games as the fans. They know changes have to be made. They also have some options beyond Francisco Lindor getting healthy.

Indians legend Omar Vizquel hoping to turn minor-league experience into MLB opportunity | - “It’s something that I always wanted to do,” Vizquel said. “The strategy of kind of knowing your enemy and trying to beat people the way that you play the game is something that’s always been in my mind.

Indians Release Ben Taylor - MLB Trade Rumors - The Indians announced that they have released reliever Ben Taylor. He's now a free agent who can with any team.

POWERHOME Solar installing a PV array at Cleveland Indians stadium - Solar energy provider POWERHOME Solar will begin installing solar panels on Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians, in the upcoming months.

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