Santana's homer rallies Mariners for 4-3 win over Yankees
Yankees Mariners Baseball Seattle Mariners' Carlos Santana tosses his bat after hitting a two-run home run against the New York Yankees during the seventh inning of a baseball game, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022, in Seattle. Aaron Judge hit his major league-leading 45th homer of the season for the Yankees, who have lost eight of 10. With the Yankees leading the AL East and Seattle in the first AL wild-card spot, the teams could meet again in the playoffs. Mariners: Seattle remains hopeful CF Julio Rodriguez (wrist) will be activated off the injured list before Friday’s series opener in Texas. Mariners: Seattle has not announced its rotation for the series at Texas that begins Friday.wftv.com
Mariners win 13th in row, top Texas 3-2 in 10 innings
Mariners Rangers Baseball Seattle Mariners' Carlos Santana follows through on a two-run home run in the third inning of a baseball game against the Texas Rangers, Saturday, July 16, 2022, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) (Tony Gutierrez)ARLINGTON, Texas — (AP) — J.P. Crawford hit an RBI single in the 10th inning and the Seattle Mariners stretched their winning streak to 13 games, beating the Texas Rangers 3-2 on Saturday. Carlos Santana homered as the Mariners (50-42) moved closer to the club-record 15-game winning streak set in their last playoff season in 2001. Seattle would match the longest winning streak in the majors this year with a victory in the series finale Sunday, its final game before the All-Star break. The Mariners' 21 one-run wins overall are tied with Toronto for the most in the majors.wftv.com
Blue Jays' Guerrero has throw break mitt, M's win 8th in row
Blue Jays Mariners Baseball Seattle Mariners' Carlos Santana gestures as he heads to first after hitting a two-run home run against the Toronto Blue Jays during the eighth inning of a baseball game, Sunday, July 10, 2022, in Seattle. Blue Jays starter Max Castillo was pulled in the fifth with a 4-1 lead after giving up a pair of one-out singles, and reliever David Phelps walked Justin Upton to load the bases. George Springer homered on the first pitch of the game for the Blue Jays, his 17th home run of the season and his 51st career leadoff homer. Moreno dropped a popup by J.P. Crawford to begin the Seattle eighth. UP NEXTBlue Jays: Toronto has an off day Monday and has not announced a starter for Tuesday’s home game against Philadelphia.wftv.com
Carlos Santana postpones next 6 concert dates after collapsing onstage
Carlos Santana: Music icon collapses mid-concert from heat exhaustion, dehydration (NCD)Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana, who passed out onstage earlier this week, has postponed the next six shows of his concert tour, his management company announced late Friday. Carlos Santana Postpones His Next Six Concert Dates https://t.co/jArhZk8D5S — Variety (@Variety) July 9, 2022Friday’s show in Noblesville, Indiana, was scrubbed, along with Saturday night’s performance in Cincinnati and a Sunday date in Milwaukee, Variety reported. Vrionis said that Santana will resume his touring schedule on July 23 in Paso Robles, California, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Vrionis said Santana “is doing well and is anxious to be back on stage.”“He just needs to rest. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 26 Photos: Carlos Santana through the years 1982: Carlos Santana performs a mixture of his music dating back to the 1960s during the US Festival near San Bernardino, California, on Saturday, Sept. 4, 1982.wftv.com
Carlos Santana postpones some concerts after health scare
People-Carlos Santana FILE - Carlos Santana performs at the BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival in Napa, Calif., on May 26, 2019. Santana, 74, collapsed on stage during a show in Michigan and was rushed to a hospital, later blaming the episode on forgetting to eat or drink water. “Carlos is doing well and is anxious to be back on stage soon. He just needs rest,” Vrionis said. “Doctors have recommended that Mr. Santana gets rest to recuperate fully.”Live Nation will be announcing the rescheduled show dates.wftv.com
Rocker Carlos Santana 'doing well' after collapsing onstage
People-Carlos Santana FILE - Carlos Santana performs at the BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival in Napa, Calif., on May 26, 2019. Santana, 74, collapsed on stage during a show in Michigan and was rushed to a hospital, later blaming the episode on forgetting to eat or drink water. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP, File) (Amy Harris)DETROIT — (AP) — Guitar icon Carlos Santana collapsed on stage during a show in Michigan and was rushed to a hospital, later blaming the episode on forgetting to eat or drink water. "Forgot to eat and drink water so I dehydrated and passed out. In December, Santana canceled a number of performances in Las Vegas after he underwent an unspecified heart procedure.wftv.com
Carlos Santana collapses mid-concert from heat exhaustion, dehydration
Carlos Santana collapses mid-concert from heat exhaustion, dehydration Carlos Santana performs onstage during the Pre-Grammy Gala and Grammy Salute to Industry Icons Honoring Sean "Diddy" Combs on January 25, 2020, in Beverly Hills, California. (Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)CLARKSTON, Mich. — Music icon Carlos Santana is recovering after he collapsed Tuesday night during a concert in Michigan, his representatives said. “Carlos was taken to the emergency department at McLaren Clarkston for observation and is doing well,” read the post. Minutes later, Santana thanked fans for their prayers in a separate post, adding that he is “taking it easy.”“Forgot to eat and drink water, so I [became] dehydrated and passed out,” the post read. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 26 Photos: Carlos Santana through the years 1982: Carlos Santana performs a mixture of his music dating back to the 1960s during the US Festival near San Bernardino, California, on Saturday, Sept. 4, 1982.wftv.com
Royals' bats awaken in 8-4 win over Blue Jays to avoid sweep
Blue Jays Royals Baseball Kansas City Royals' Emmanuel Rivera, right, is caught stealing second base by Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Matt Chapman, left, during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in Kansas City, Mo. “I mean, it's helpful when you start talking about hitter's counts instead of pitcher's counts,” Matheny said afterward. He improved to 3-1 in his five starts while the rest of the Kansas City rotation is 3-25 in 50 combined starts. “It gets tough,” Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said, "because you've got to cover eight, nine innings when the bullpen is already thin. UP NEXTThe Blue Jays are off Thursday before sending RHP Jose Berrios (4-2, 5.24) to the mound to open a three-game set against the Tigers on Friday night.wftv.com
Carlos Santana cancels concert dates in Las Vegas due to heart scare
Taking a break: Carlos Santana said he is taking time off to "replenish" after having a heart procedure. (Gotham/WireImage)LAS VEGAS — Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana canceled his December residency dates in Las Vegas after an “unscheduled heart procedure,” the entertainer said in a video message released Wednesday,>> Read more trending newsSantana, 74, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 with other members of his group, canceled all of his December dates at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay, the Las Vegas Journal-Review reported. Santana said in the video message that he had experienced chest pains on Saturday, so he asked his wife and bandmate Cindy Blackman Santana to take him to the hospital. “He is looking forward to seeing you all very soon.”The condition caused Carlos Santana to cancel seven shows at House of Blues, the Review-Journal reported. In October, Carlos Santana released “Blessings and Miracles,” Rolling Stone reported.wftv.com
Carlos Santana has heart procedure, cancels December shows
People Carlos Santana FILE - Carlos Santana performs at the BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival on May 26, 2019, in Napa, Calif. The musician has successfully undergone a heart procedure and is canceling several Las Vegas shows planned for December. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP, File) (Amy Harris)LOS ANGELES — (AP) — Carlos Santana has successfully undergone a heart procedure and is canceling several Las Vegas shows planned for December. Michael Vrionis, president of Universal Tone Management, said the 74-year-old guitarist underwent an “unscheduled heart procedure,” but gave no specifics. The 10-time Grammy winner’s heart procedure and recovery prompted the cancellation of his concerts at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino through the end of the year.wftv.com
New this week: Coldplay, 'Succession' and 'Halloween Kills'
The Stream This combination of photos shows promotional art for "Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It," a documentary premiering on Netflix on Oct. 12, left, "Succession," a series premiering its third season on Oct. 17, and "Halloween Kills," a film streaming Oct. 15 on Peacock. (Roadside Attractions/HBO Max/Universal Pictures via AP) (Uncredited)Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. If you're looking for some fresh scares this October, "Halloween Kills" will be available in theaters and streaming on Peacock free for premium subscribers starting Oct. 15. — AP Film Writer Lindsey BahrMUSIC— Coldplay look to the heavens with their 12-track collection, "Music of the Spheres" dropping Friday. Jones says she was inspired by listening to James Brown's "Funky Christmas" and Elvis' "Christmas Album" during lockdown for a sense of comfort.wftv.com
Chisox star Jiménez out 5-6 months, Rays' Anderson ailing
Sixto Sánchez made his third start, yielding a run on three hits and a walk in 3 1/3 innings. Austin Gomber gave up five runs on eight hits, four of them home runs, 5 1/3 innings. Arizona starter Luke Weaver struck out eight over 5 1/3 innings. Right-hander Adbert Alzolay continued to struggle for Chicago, allowing two runs in 3 1/3 innings. BREWERS 2, GIANTS 2Brett Anderson pitched two-run ball over 5 2/3 innings, allowing five hits and striking out three for Milwaukee.
Royals give Pérez 4-year, $82M deal; richest in team history
FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020 file photo, Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez celebrates with third base coach Vance Wilson after hitting a three-run home run during the first inning of the team's baseball game against the Detroit Tigers in Kansas City, Mo. The Kansas City Royals have given six-time All-Star catcher Salvador Prez the richest contract in club history, a four-year, $82 million deal that begins in 2022. Kansas City announced Sunday, March 21, 2021 it had extended Prez's time with the team. That's when the Royals gave the six-time All-Star catcher an $82 million, four-year deal — the richest in club history — that will begin after his current contract in 2022. The value of the new deal surpasses the $72 million four-year contract the Royals gave outfielder Alex Gordon in 2016.
Nats reliever Harris out with blood clot in pitching arm
Harris has a blood clot in his right arm and is leaving spring training camp to be examined by a specialist, manager Dave Martinez said Friday, March 19, 2021. (Mary DeCicco/MLB Photos via AP)Washington Nationals reliever Will Harris has a blood clot in his right arm and the team doesn't expect him to be in the bullpen on opening day. Carlos Martínez struggled in his fourth start for St. Louis. DODGERS 7, RANGERS 2Julio Urías made his fourth start for Los Angeles, allowing two hits in four shutout innings, striking out three. Adrian Houser made his fourth start.
Sigh and Cy: Bieber tagged, Bauer sharp in Dodgers debut
Bieber bounced back with a pair of strikeouts, but Nick Heath hit a single to put the Royals up 3-0. DODGERS 10, ROCKIES 0 (6 INNINGS)Trevor Bauer, pitching for the first time since signing a $102 million, three-year contract, debuted in Dodger blue with two scoreless innings. Jameson Taillon followed with a scoreless inning. CUBS 1, PADRES 0 (7)Chicago starter Kyle Hendricks struck out two in two scoreless innings. BREWERS 7, DIAMONDBACKS 1 (8)Corbin Burnes and Freddy Peralta each threw a scoreless inning for Milwaukee before Jordan Zimmermann gave up a run.
Royals make official Dozier deal for $25 million, four years
– The Royals made official their $25 million, four-year contract with third baseman Hunter Dozier on Monday, ensuring that another member of their young foundation is under club control for the foreseeable future. And we want that to happen in Kansas City.”AdDozier's deal replaces a $2.72 million, one-year contract he agreed to on Dec. 2. He gets a $1 million signing bonus and will earn $2.25 million this year, $4.5 million in 2022, $7.25 million in 2023 and $9 million in 2024. The Royals have a $10 million option for 2025 with a $1 million buyout. Ad“Hunter is willing to do whatever is necessary to help the team win,” Moore added.
AP source: Royals, Dozier agree to $25M, 4-year deal
AdStill, the Royals believe Dozier will revert to form with a full spring training and 162-game season. “I definitely don't think you throw it away,” he said. So I'm definitely looking forward to a normal season.”Dozier is also looking forward to a consistent spot in the everyday lineup. AdGiven his relatively bumpy road to this point, Dozier — and evidently the Royals — believe his best is yet to come. But I definitely think there is another level.
Eddie Rosario, Indians finalize $8 million, 1-year contract
FILE - Minnesota Twins' Eddie Rosario hits the ball during a spring training baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals in Fort Myers, Fla., in this Monday, March 9, 2020, file photo. The Indians officially signed free agent outfielder Eddie Rosario, adding a quality player who pounded their pitchers in recent years. Rosario passed his physical on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021, to finalize a one-year, $8 million contract for 2021. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File)CLEVELAND – Free agent outfielder Eddie Rosario has joined the Cleveland Indians, adding a quality player who has haunted their pitchers in recent years. Rosario passed his physical on Thursday and finalized the $8 million, one-year contract he agreed to late last week.
Indians manager Francona says team's name change "correct"
FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2019, file photo, Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona talks before a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies in Cleveland. Francona, on Friday, Dec. 18, 2020, praised the Cleveland Indians for trying to do the right thing with a name change that was inevitable, and necessary (AP Photo/Phil Long, File)CLEVELAND – Manager Terry Francona praised the Cleveland Indians for trying to “do the right thing” with a name change that was inevitable — and necessary. “I am proud of the fact that we are going to do something that is correct,” Francona said on a Zoom call from his home in Arizona. He's confident Chris Antonetti, the team's president of baseball operations, and general manager Mike Chernoff will do whatever's necessary to keep the Indians competitive. Schilling pitched for Francona in Philadelphia and Boston, where he helped the Red Sox end their long World Series drought.
Royals, 1B Carlos Santana agree to $17 million, 2-year deal
– The Kansas City Royals and veteran first baseman Carlos Santana have agreed to a $17 million, two-year contract that plugs one of their biggest offensive holes while providing some clubhouse leadership for a rebuilding club. The 34-year-old Santana was an All-Star two years ago in Cleveland, when he hit a career-best .281 with 34 homers and 93 RBIs. Santana has hit .288 with 31 homers and 93 RBIs in 151 career games against them, the best of any team in the division. Relief pitcher Mike Minor signed an $18 million, two-year deal and outfielder Michael Taylor a $1.75 million deal for next season, and nearly all their arbitration-eligible players are under contract. That includes an $8.05 million contract for slugger Jorge Soler and a $3.35 million deal for staff ace Brad Keller.
Artists sing social anthems for United Nations anniversary
That sentiment is something that Skip Marley, a third-generation musician and grandson of reggae icon Bob Marley, has grown up knowing as well. “Music is music. The event will raise money for the Playing for Change Foundation, the United Nations Population Fund, Sankofa, Silkroad and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation. It’s a spiritual experience to sing his grandfather’s songs, Marley said. “Those are the songs I first hear and the songs I first sing,” said Marley.
Lester, Kluber, Hand boost free agent total to 175
Kluber gets a $1 million buyout, and the club has said it is interested in re-signing Kluber to a less expensive deal. Lester gets a $10 million buyout from the Chicago Cubs that completes a $155 million, six-year contract rather than a $25 million mutual option. Milwaukee turned down Gyorko and Sogard, a day after declining a $15 million option on 2011 NL MVP Ryan Braun. The White Sox declined a $12 million option for Encarnación and a $7 million option for González, who will receive a $500,000. Kluber gets a $1 million buyout, and the club has said it is interested in re-signing Kluber to a less expensive deal.
Indians decline options on closer Hand, 1B Santana for 2021
The Cleveland Indians have declined contract options on Brad Hand and first baseman Carlos Santana for next season, decisions that will initially cut $27 million from the team's payroll. (AP Photo/Phil Long, File)CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Indians have declined contract options on Brad Hand, first baseman Carlos Santana and outfielder Domingo Santana for next season, moves that cut $30.75 million from the team's projected 2021 payroll. Hand's option was worth $10 million, Carlos Santana's was for $17.5 million and Domingo Santana's $5 million for next season. The team pay buyouts of $1 million to Hand, $500,000 to Carlos Santana and $250,000 to Domingo Santana. Cleveland previewed the hand Hand decision on Thursday, when the club placed him on outright waivers, hoping another team might claim him so they Indians would avoid the buyout.
Cash's bullpen blunder joins Little, others in playoff lore
Aaron Boone hit a game-ending leadoff homer in the 11th, sending New York to the World Series. 2015 WORLD SERIES GAME 5Matt Harvey and the New York Mets held a 2-0 lead, needing a win to send the Series back to Kansas City. 2016 WORLD SERIES GAME 7The Chicago Cubs led the Cleveland Indians 5-1 heading into the bottom of the fifth. 2019 WORLD SERIES GAME 7Too bad for Houston fans, the last time they saw Gerrit Cole throw, it was in the bullpen rather than on the mound. “I wasn’t going to pitch him unless we were going to win the World Series and have a lead,” Hinch said.
No debate: Judge, Yankees pound Bieber, Indians in opener
(AP Photo/David Dermer)CLEVELAND – On a night for debates, Aaron Judge, Gerrit Cole and the New York Yankees made quite an opening statement. "I wish I would have been with my off-speed stuff in the zone, and challenged those guys a little more. Staked to an early lead on Judge's homer, Cole showed why the Yankees shelled out $324 million for him in the offseason. Cole's strikeouts were the second-most by a New York pitcher in postseason history. Judge's first homer since coming off the injured list on Sept. 16 — and the first allowed by Bieber at home this season — gave the Yankees a stunning 2-0 lead.
Indians rally for 4-3 win, keep AL Central title hopes alive
Down 3-1 and held to one hit for eight innings, the Indians found more of the late-inning magic that has carried them this week. Delino DeShields — who broke up Pittsburgh's no-hit bid with a bunt single in the seventh — hit an RBI single one out later. Until the ninth, the Indians did little against Pittsburgh starter Mitch Keller and three relievers. Gregory Polanco hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning off Indians starter Carlos Carrasco, but the Pirates couldn't hold on and dropped to 2-16 against AL Central teams. UP NEXTAaron Civale (4-5), who will pitch in relief for the Indians during the wild-card round, makes his final regular-season start against Pirates right-hander Joe Musgrove (0-5).
Carlos Santana: "No more" to being victim of sexual abuse
Carlos Santana: "No more" to being victim of sexual abuse In his new memoir, "The Universal Tone," the legendary guitarist writes of painful memories from his childhood in Mexico. Santana tells Michelle Miller about the turning point when he could finally free himself from the trauma of witnessing domestic violence and being sexually abused.cbsnews.com