Carlos Santana is a Dominican-American professional baseball designated hitter and first baseman for the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Santana began his professional baseball career in 2005 when he was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
He began his career with the Gulf Coast Dodgers, their rookie-level minor league organization, where he appeared in 32 games and batted.295 for the season.
After the Dodgers traded him and John Meloan for Casey Blake in 2008, he made his professional debut with the Cleveland Indians.
He was drafted as a catcher in 2010 and played in the World Series with the Cleveland Indians. In 2013, he won a gold medal in the World Baseball Classic, and in 2009 and 2010, he was rated Cleveland’s top prospect.
He won the Lou Boudreau Award as a minor league player in 2009, but he was promoted to the major league on June 11, 2010, when he had.
In 57 games with the Triple-A Columbus Clippers, he hit 316 with 13 home runs and 51 RBI. In 1977, he broke Jim Norris’ record by being the first Tribe player to hit third.
Carlos Santana Children: Does Carlos Santana Have Any Kids?
Carlos Santana and his wife, Brittany Santana have three children, a son, and two daughters. They are Salvador Santana, Stella, Santana, and Angelica Santana.
The youngest girl was born in May 2015 while the older; boy named David, is a few years older.