Carlos Santana


Royals' Carlos Santana: Cranks 11th home run

Santana went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in Sunday's 6-3 loss against the Athletics. Santana hit a solo shot off Yusmeiro Petit in the seventh inning. The 35-year-old has struggled as of late, going 5-for-35 in his last nine games. His 11 long balls are second-highest on his team, but he went 16 games since his last home run before Sunday. He is slashing .236/.365/.405 with 37 RBI and 36 runs in 271 plate appearances.

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Royals' Carlos Santana: Swats 10th homer

Santana went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Rays. His fourth-inning shot off Rich Hill got the Royals on the board. Santana has gone yard in back-to-back games and four times in the last nine, giving him 10 homers and 32 RBI on the year to go along with a .256/.393/.474 slash line.

Royals' Carlos Santana: Walks it off Sunday

Santana went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Sunday's 3-2 win over Detroit. Santana came up clutch in the bottom of the ninth, socking a walkoff homer off Detroit reliever Michael Fulmer. The blast was Santana's ninth of the season. The 35-year-old has added 31 RBI, 29 runs scored, a pair of stolen bases and a .257/.396/.461 slash line across 192 plate appearances. He sports an 18.2 percent walk rate and just a 14.1 percent strikeout rate as a key part of Kansas City's offense.
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Carlos Santana Has Gone From Familiar Foe To Veteran Leader in Kansas City

Over the past decade, Carlos Santana has spent his summers terrorizing the Kansas City Royals pitchers, but now he's in the same dugout. In early December, Royals general manager Dayton Moore made sure the pitching staff would no longer have to worry about the switch-hitting, on-base machine by signing him to a two-year contract to be the starting first baseman and middle of the order bat the Royals so desperately needed.

Royals' Carlos Santana: Goes deep once again

Santana went 2-for-3 with a home run, an additional run scored and two walks in Saturday's win over the White Sox. He also stole a base. Santana launched his eighth homer of the season in the top of the ninth inning, taking Jose Ruiz deep. Santana has homered in back-to-back games for the second time in 2021 and also extended his RBI streak to four appearances.

Royals' Carlos Santana: Launches seventh homer

Santana went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in the second game of Friday's doubleheader against the White Sox. After going 1-for-2 with two walks, a run scored and an RBI in the opener, Santana took Michael Kopech deep in the third inning of the nightcap, accounting for the Royals' only run of the contest. Santana is slashing .256/.401/.450 with seven homers, 22 runs and 24 RBI through 38 games.

Billy & The Kids With Billy Strings & James Casey Welcome Carlos Santana For Grateful Mahalo Finale

Billy & The Kids concluded their “Grateful Mahalo: Billy Kreutzmann’s 75th Birthday Pa’ina” livestream series from Kauai, Hawaii on Sunday. While guitarist Billy Strings and Trey Anastasio Band saxophonist James Casey were once again on hand, the ensemble was also joined by legendary guitarist Carlos Santana. Last night’s “Grateful Mahalo” broadcast ended with an acoustic jam featuring Billy & The Kids, Strings and The String Cheese Incident‘s Bill Nershi.

Carlos Santana, Bill Nershi, Billy Strings, James Casey Join Bill Kreutzmann & The Kids To Close ‘Grateful Mahalo’ [Videos]

On Saturday and Sunday, Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann wrapped up his three-night Grateful Mahalo run of livestream shows in Hawaii with Billy & The Kids and some very special guests. For Saturday’s show, much like the run’s stellar opening night, the Dead-adjacent supergroup—which features Kreutzmann alongside guitarist Tom Hamilton...

Bill Kreutzmann Wraps Grateful Mahalo Run With Special Guests Carlos Santana and Bill Nershi

On Sunday, May 10, Bill Kreutzmann’s three-night Grateful Mahalo birthday celebration came to a close, with the final show of the three airing on As with the last two nights, Kreutzmann was joined by his Billy & The Kids bandmates (Tom Hamilton, Aron Magner, Reed Mathis) and “honorary Kids” Billy Strings and James Casey. For the Sunday night finale, Carlos Santana joined the band for the entire first set, and The String Cheese Incident’s BIll Nershi joined for a bonus acoustic jam set.

Royals' Carlos Santana: Gets aboard four times

Santana went 2-for-2 with a pair of singles and a pair of walks in Saturday's 9-1 loss to the White Sox. Santana has recorded seven games this season where he's gotten on base at least three times. The 35-year-old first baseman's strong day at the dish didn't directly lead to any run production in the blowout loss. Santana has a .263/.380/.456 slash line with six home runs, 21 RBI, 17 runs scored and a stolen base in 137 plate appearances.

Royals' Carlos Santana: Records three hits

Santana went 3-for-4 in Sunday's loss against the Twins. Santana continues to be one of the Royals' most consistent hitters and has extended his hitting streak to seven games, posting three multi-hit appearances in that span. He has also reached base safely at least twice five times during that seven-game period.

Royals' Carlos Santana: Launches sixth home run

Santana went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Friday's 9-1 loss to the Twins. Santana provided the only run for the Royals on Friday when he drove a fastball 424 feet to right-center field in the fourth inning. After a very disappointing 2020 campaign, the 35-year-old is slashing .247/.363/.506 with six home runs, 20 RBI and 14 runs scored to go along with a 16:15 BB:K. He's been one of the Royals' better hitters and is a key reason why they're in sitting in first place over the first month of the season.

Royals' Carlos Santana: Six-game hitting streak

Santana went 2-for-4 with a walk, two runs, an RBI and a strikeout in Saturday's 11-3 win over Minnesota. Santana reached base and scored in each of his first two at-bats and singled in the ninth to round out a solid all-around game. He remains a much stronger option in OBP formats and points leagues due to his on-base abilities.
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Carlos Santana to return to Las Vegas residency in August 2021

Carlos Santana has announced the return of his greatest hits residency in Las Vegas, which was suspended due to pandemic restrictions. Following the start of Las Vegas’ reopening last month, it’s been announced that An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live will return starting 25 August. Tickets will go on sale this Friday (30 April) at 10 AM local time.
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Carlos Santana Circa Y2K Is My Man Crush Forever

When I think of what energy I want to bring into reemergence, among my inspirations is the 1998 banger “Smooth” with Rob Thomas and Carlos Santana. It’s the hottest song with a music video to match. No one is wearing a bra; everyone is in a macrame tank top and short shorts that barely cover anything. The video is truly remarkable, especially Santana, who plays the guitar with his nimble, man-jewelry-laden fingers.