Video: Indians’ Carlos Santana sworn in as U.S. citizen

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Indians' Carlos Santana, surrounded by his children and family, officially became a U.S. citizen Friday in federal court.

Earlier this month, Terry Francona proudly announced he and teammate Hanley Ramirez were both a step closer to U.S. citizenship after passing the required tests.

In the announcement, Francona said he doubted Santana passed, so he made him show him the test.

“He came in and he had the questions on his phone, so we looked through the first 10,” Francona said. “He got nine of them right. I got seven.”

The team had a celebration for both:

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