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May 9, 2007
On May 7, 2007, EDITH E. SANTANA. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, May 10, 2007, in the Sanctuary of St. Matthew's United Methodist Church, 101 Avon Beach Road, Tuner Station, MD. Family hour 10 to 10:30 A.M. Service will follow. Interment Crownsville Cemetery.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
Before Monday's game, the Orioles purchased the contract of right-hander Josh Stinson from Triple-A Norfolk to bolster a bullpen that was depleted after right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez's short outing Sunday against the Oakland Athletics. To make room for Stinson, the club optioned right-hander Brad Brach to the Tides. Brach threw 58 pitches in two innings Sunday and has a 5.40 ERA in 10 games for the Orioles this season. The Orioles transferred left-hander Johan Santana, who tore his left Achilles tendon on Friday, to the 60-day disabled list to clear space for Stinson on the 40-man roster.
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July 13, 2005
On July 9, 2005 KIMBERLY M. SANTANA (Nee Donovan); beloved wife of Eric Santana; devoted mother of Tre, Austin and Isabela Santana; loving daughter of Robert J. Donovan and Patricia A. Wilson (Nee Kasper); dear sister of Robert J. Donovan III. Friends may call at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc, 7922 Wise Avenue, on Wednesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Luke's Church on Thursday, at 10 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
The Orioles lost their primary starting-rotation insurance Friday afternoon when veteran left-hander Johan Santana tore his left Achilles tendon in Sarasota, Fla., ending his 2014 season. At 35, Santana's playing future also may be in jeopardy "I know the rehab is significant for these tendon injuries, and we'll have to get with him and speak to him," Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said. "But he won't be able to pitch for the Orioles this season. " Santana, a two-time American League Cy Young Award winner with the Minnesota Twins, in 2004 and 2006, had been rehabilitating from his second surgery on his left shoulder in a three-year span, and was on the verge of returning to the majors.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | January 3, 1993
After leading Harford County in scoring last year, Edgewood guard Monica Santana expected to do the same in her senior season.But in an Amateur Athletic Union 18-and-under state championship game last summer, her plans changed. After an on-court collision, she suffered a serious knee injury, tearing her anterior cruciate ligament.Santana remembered running a one-on-one break when her opponent stepped in on her."Her knee just ran into mine and my knee totally popped out," said Santana, 17.She was advised to have surgery immediately to repair the tear, but it would have meant sitting out her senior year in basketball.
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By Compiled from interviews and other newspapers' reports | September 10, 2006
He's considered one of the best young pitchers in the American League. And he's a primary target for the Orioles if they were to trade shortstop Miguel Tejada. But there's a disconcerting trend surrounding Ervin Santana, the Los Angeles Angels' 23-year-old right-hander, in his first 51 major league starts. Santana, who was offered to the Orioles in July along with shortstop prospect Erick Aybar for Tejada, has pitched terribly on the road. Last season, Santana, who won 12 games overall, was 9-3 with a 3.18 ERA in 14 starts at Angel Stadium and 3-5 with a 7.43 ERA in nine starts away from it. This year, he's 9-2 with a 3.17 ERA in 15 starts at home and 5-5 with a 6.39 ERA in 14 road outings.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | November 12, 2004
Minnesota Twins pitcher Johan Santana took a look around Venezuela and realized the significance of his accomplishment. A nation in political turmoil had people dancing in the streets. Santana, 25, became the first Venezuelan to win the Cy Young Award yesterday, as voters made him a unanimous selection for the American League honor, recognizing a season in which he won AL Pitcher of the Month honors for July, August and September. Santana finished 20-6 and led the league in ERA (2.61)
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By Greg Kot and Greg Kot,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 23, 2002
Now that Carlos Santana has rewritten the book on late-career comebacks, what does he do for an encore? The answer arrived yesterday with Shaman, the follow-up to the 1999 pop landmark Supernatural, which sold 25 million copies, spent two years on the Billboard 200 album chart (12 weeks at No. 1) and hauled in nine Grammy Awards. Supernatural was masterminded by longtime Santana mentor Clive Davis, who signed the guitarist to his original deal at Columbia Records more than 30 years ago. The album was designed to get Santana back on the charts by pairing him with a batch of contemporary hitmakers, regardless of how little they had in common with the guitarist's Latin-rock heritage: Matchbox Twenty's Rob Thomas, Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill, Everlast, Dave Matthews.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | February 20, 2000
"And the winner is ... Carlos Santana!" Expect to hear that phrase a lot when the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards telecast airs on Wednesday (live at 8 p.m., on CBS, Channel 13). It won't be simply because the veteran guitarist is the most-mentioned name on the Grammy ballot, with 11 nominations spread across 10 categories. No, Santana will probably make a Grammy sweep because he's the ideal Grammy candidate. To begin with, he's popular. "Supernatural," Santana's current album, has sold more than 6 million copies to date, and shot back to the top of the charts after the Grammy nominations were announced last month.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | January 1, 2005
Sometimes, the best horse isn't the one from New York. Sometimes, the best horse is stabled right here in Maryland. Yesterday, Prideland traveled south from Belmont Park, seduced the bettors and went off at even money in the $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Championship Stakes at Pimlico. Meanwhile, trainer Richard W. "Dickie" Small, a fixture on the Pimlico backstretch, marched Legal Control from his barn to the paddock, and the bettors hardly noticed. Legal Control went off at 7-1. When the horses charged to the wire in the year-end stakes for 2-year-old Maryland-breds, however, Legal Control led the procession, and Prideland settled for third.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
DALLAS - As the Orioles open a three-game series against the Texas Rangers in Arlington on Tuesday, the club is optimistic that outfielder Nelson Cruz can return to the starting lineup after he was hit by a pitch Sunday in Houston. Cruz has a bruise on the outside edge of his left hand. He was feeling much better 24 hours after getting hit, and the swelling in his hand went down enough that he was able to hold a bat. One club official said that Cruz was confident he would be able to play tonight.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
ARLINGTON, Texas - Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Tuesday that he is open to going to a six-man rotation once left-hander Johan Santana becomes an option to help the club. The Orioles added Santana to the 40-man roster Monday and placed him on the 15-day major league disabled list, just before he could have exercised an opt-out clause in the minor league deal he signed in March. Santana, 35, will continue his rehabilitation process, making one more start in extended spring training this week before going on a minor league rehab assignment.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
DALLAS - The Orioles purchased the contract of two-time Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana from Triple-A Norfolk on Monday evening and placed him on the 15-day major league disabled list as he continues to rehab from left shoulder surgery. In doing so, the club added Santana to its 40-man roster just before a Monday midnight deadline when he could have exercised an opt-out clause in the minor league deal he signed in March. The Orioles believe Santana could join the major league club later this month.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2014
HOUSTON -- Executive vice president Dan Duquette said the Orioles are still working to keep left-hander Johan Santana, who can exercise an opt-out clause in his minor league deal within the next few days. The team has until tomorrow at midnight to work something out with Santana, the two-time Cy Young award winner who hasn't pitched since 2012 and is coming off a second shoulder surgery in a three-year span. With Santana's opt-out date looming, the Orioles wanted the 35-year-old to pitch one more game of approximately 85 pitches, in extended spring training before making his first start with an affiliate June 8 for Triple-A Norfolk at Durham.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2014
MILWAUKEE -- The Orioles could be three weeks away from having a former two-time American League Cy Young Award winner joining their rotation. With Johan Santana's opt-out clause in his minor league deal looming Friday, manager Buck Showalter said the club has presented the left-hander with a plan for the next few weeks that could have him with the Orioles - if things go well - by roughly June 18. The plan is for Santana to throw one more game,...
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | May 25, 2014
Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said left-hander Johan Santana will throw five innings or 75 pitches Tuesday in an extended spring training game and then his next step will be determined. Santana, a two-time American League Cy Young Award winner, has an opt-out clause at the end of the month in the minor league deal that he signed in the offseason, but Duquette said he doesn't believe that is a concern. “That's open for discussion. I think the June 1 date was a date we had in mind that he would be close to being ready for the big leagues,” Duquette said.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2004
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesotans could be forgiven for feeling a tad overconfident these days whenever Twins pitcher Johan Santana is on the mound, and the Orioles got a feel for this yesterday in the fifth inning of their 5-1 loss at the Metrodome. With Santana on his way to a career-best, 14-strikeout performance, Jose Leon was fighting his way through one of the Orioles' better at-bats of the game. Four pitches in, Leon took a mighty swing and missed, as a nasty Santana slider hit the dirt.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2014
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he hopes that reliever Tommy Hunter, who was placed on the disabled list before Thursday's game against the Cleveland Indians with a left groin strain, will be able to return when he's eligible to be activated June 5. “Knowing the history with Tommy, Tommy's been out for, I believe, as long as two months with this in Texas,” Showalter said. “He actually had one [possible DL stint] that we actually backed off on, I think, later in the year last year, but because we had enough pitchers, we kind of moved around it. “But like Chris Davis [with his oblique injury]
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