Carlos Santana on leaving Cleveland: 'I cried once it sunk in'

Carlos Santana on leaving Cleveland: 'I cried once it sunk in'

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - After spending the first eight years of his career in Cleveland, Carlos Santana is leaving the Indians for the Philadelphia Phillies.

He penned an open letter to the city of Cleveland, via MLB.com:

Dear Cleveland,

The first baseman signed a three-year, $60 million deal with the Phillies over the offseason. He averaged a .249 percent batting average and hit 174 home runs while playing for the Indians.

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