Carlos Santana is trying to salvage a rocky second full season in the big leagues.

Last year the Indians catcher set a franchise record for switch-hitters with 27 homers. He batted only .239, but walked 97 times and posted a .808 OPS (.457 slugging percentage + .351 on base percentage), while driving in 79 runs.

This year Santana's average has improved to .248. He's still walking a lot with a team-high 75, but the power has been missing. He entered Tuesday's game against the Tigers with 14 homers and 61 RBI.