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November 28, 2007 | Mike DiGiovanna, Times Staff Writer
The Angels, figuring you can never have too much of a good thing, have added Minnesota Twins ace Johan Santana to their winter shopping list. Though their top priority is acquiring a big bat -- they remain in talks with Florida about Miguel Cabrera and Baltimore about Miguel Tejada -- the Angels, according to baseball sources, have also inquired about Santana, for whom the Twins are fielding offers.
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SPORTS
April 7, 2008 | From the Associated Press
ATLANTA -- John Smoltz is back -- and so is that pesky knot behind his shoulder. Smoltz pitched five scoreless innings, Mark Teixeira hit a two-run homer and the Atlanta Braves beat Johan Santana and the New York Mets, 3-1, on Sunday to complete a two-game sweep of the rain-shortened series. Santana (1-1) gave up only one run in seven innings, but Teixeira's eighth-inning drive against Aaron Heilman gave Atlanta a 3-0 lead. Smoltz (1-0) was making his first start after opening the season on the disabled list because of tightness in the back of his right shoulder.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 17, 1987 | CONNIE JOHNSON
When a band has been together for 20 years, it would be reasonable to expect a bit of jaded road-weariness to have set in. Santana, the Bay Area band led by the very serious, whippet-thin guitarist Carlos Santana, played for three hours at the Universal Amphitheater on Saturday night with a raging fire and fervor that belied the group's longevity.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 19, 2005 | From Associated Press
A former personal assistant to Carlos Santana has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the veteran rocker, claiming he was fired after his consciousness was calibrated and determined to be too low. Bruce Kuhlman, 59, charges that Santana's wife, Deborah, brought in a man known as "Dr. Dan" so employees could grow closer to God and become better workers. "In Deborah's view, the higher a person calibrated with Dr.
SPORTS
March 12, 1997 | SCOTT WRAIGHT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Moorpark High girls' basketball team showed off a three-headed attack Tuesday night in an 81-67 victory over Santana High in the first round of the Southern California Regional Division II tournament at Santana. Point guard Tracey Milburn led the Musketeers (26-3) with 17 points, 11 assists, eight rebounds and six steals. Forward Damaris Hinojosa added 18 points for Moorpark and guard Kelly Jaeger made six of 10 three-point shots en route to 22 points.
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May 27, 1986
Santana High, the San Diego Section 3-A champion in 1984, finished the regular season as the No. 1-ranked team in The Times Top 10. Santana, 23-2, is seeded first in the 3-A playoffs, which begin today. The final Times Top 10: Pos. Team (League) W-L 1. Santana (Grossmont) 23-2 2. Mount Carmel (Palomar) 23-4 3. Valhalla (Grossmont) 19-6-1 4. Bonita Vista (Metro-Mesa) 18-7 5. Mission Bay (City Western) 19-6 6. Fallbrook (Palomar) 20-5 7. Point Loma (City Eastern) 18-6 8.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 10, 2005 | Agustin Gurza
In his official bio, keyboardist Salvador Santana's family history first mentions his maternal grandfather, blues pioneer Saunders King, then his paternal grandfather, mariachi violinist Jose Santana. Oh, and by the way, his dad is rock legend Carlos Santana. The billing order suggests Salvador's insistence on defining his own identity as a musician and his own sound as leader of the Salvador Santana Band.
SPORTS
October 6, 2003 | From Associated Press
By the time Johan Santana trudged off the mound to polite applause at the Metrodome on Sunday, it was clear the series had slipped away from the Minnesota Twins. After getting off to a sensational start behind Santana in the opener, the Twins never looked the same against the New York Yankees. The Twins lost three in a row and were eliminated from the AL playoffs with an 8-1 defeat. Santana was roughed up early for six runs.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 1, 1996 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
During more than 25 years of exploring Latin, rock, blues and jazz mutations, Carlos Santana has created one of the most distinctive sounds in popular music. But as many of his classic-rock cronies simply recycle past glory, the 48-year-old native of Autlan de Navarro, Mexico, reinvigorates himself and his art by digging ever deeper.
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March 3, 2008 | Bill Shaikin, Times Staff Writer
PHOENIX -- The Angels offered Ervin Santana a slight raise. When he said no, they imposed a pay cut. Santana, who did not pitch in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers, went 7-14 with a 5.76 earned-run average last season, and the Angels demoted him to the minor leagues for one month. He is not yet eligible for salary arbitration, meaning the Angels can pay him whatever they like above the $390,000 minimum.
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