Changing positions saved Carlos Santana's career

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Changing positions saved Carlos Santana's career
Changing positions saved Carlos Santana's career

Recently, MLB Network started their annual “Right Now” series, where they count down the top-10 players at each position using a combination of an algorithm (dubbed “The Shredder”), and panelist opinions. Freddie Freeman topped the first baseman list, followed by Max Muncy and Pete Alonso. But a little ways down, at No. 8, is the one we all know and love: Carlos Santana. Santana had a roaring comeback season in his 2019 return to Cleveland with his best year to date: .281/.397/.515 slash, 34 home runs, 135 wRC+, 4.4 fWAR. With the exception of superb 2016 season, nothing else even comes close to what he did for the Indians last season — most of which was done carrying a half-dead team on his

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