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With his left shoe lying on the dirt before home plate, Cleveland Indians catcher Carlos Santana rolls after Boston Red Sox's Ryan Kalish (left) collided with him while trying to score on a single by Daniel Nava in the seventh inning of a game in Boston, Aug. 2, 2010. Santana, who blocked home with his left leg, had to be carted off the field with his left leg in an air cast after the collision. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Cleveland Indians catcher Carlos Santana sits on a cart with his left left in an air cast as he is taken off the field after Boston Red Sox's Ryan Kalish collided with him while trying to score on a single by Daniel Nava in the seventh inning of a baseball game in Boston, Aug. 2, 2010. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
CLEVELAND: Indians manager Terry Francona often says momentum in baseball is only up to the next day’s opposing starting pitcher. And on Wednesday, the Indians faced a brick wall in the form of Stephen Strasburg and lost to the Washington Nationals 4-1.