Carlos Santana's unselfish attitude made him a perfect fit for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Santana's $60 million, three-year deal with a club option was finalized Wednesday, when he was introduced at a news conference. New manager Gabe Kapler helped Santana put on a white-and-red pinstriped jersey and general manager Matt Klentak handed him a red Phillies cap.
"I'm excited," Santana said. "I know Philly has a lot of younger players, but my decision to sign here was because they want me, they believe in me."
Santana gets a $10 million signing bonus payable within 60 days of the contract's approval by the commissioner's office and salaries of $15...