Carlos Santana cleared to play
CLEVELAND -- Indians catcher Carlos Santana has been cleared to resume all on-field activities following a six-month checkup after knee surgery.
Santana injured his knee in a home-plate collision on Aug. 2 in Boston and had surgery to repair a ligament four days later. On Monday, Dr. Richard Parker, the Cleveland Cavaliers' team physician, examined Santana's knee in Arizona and gave him the go-ahead to take batting practice and catch.
Santana will begin position-specific agility ...
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