Latest Update Teams contacted the Indians about Carlos Santana Mon Dec, 08, 04:36 PM
Has a tremendous bat for a switch-hitter, complete with power, patience and run-producing ability. Is also a good athlete who made a smooth transition from catcher to infielder.
Flaws: : His game-calling skills behind the plate weren't good enough to stay a catcher,nor was his ability to lead a pitching staff. Batting average consistency appears to allude him often.
It would probably take an awful lot for the Tribe to part ways with Santana. While finding a spot for him in the field has been a bit of a chore, his bat and on-base percentage aren't going to be so easy to replace.Analyst: Howard Bender
Santana has been on an absolute tear as of late and his recent performances have made fantasy owners quite happy. It has been a tale of two halves for Santana, but when it is all said and done, his stat line is going to look quite nice.Analyst: David Kerr
It's amazing to think that Santana was batting .196 on June 20. His average is up to .235 and he's hit 27 home runs on the season. He's white hot at the moment and should stay that way for the remainder of the season.Analyst: David Kerr
Santana is hotter than a frying pan... again. He had a pedestrian August after being one of baseball's hottest hitters during June and July. He's slugging over .600 in September so far, smacking three homers and two doubles in nine games. He's fantasy's best catcher in OBP formats -- with apologies to Buster Posey. Analyst: Spencer Silva