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Top 100 Cleveland Indians

Profiles of the players on the Top 100 Indians list.

Top 100 Indians: #33 Travis Hafner

Part project, part donkey, part Scary Monster, part what might have been.

Top 100 Indians: #34 Willis Hudlin

LGT's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with the pitcher with he third most appearances.

Top 100 Indians: #35 Victor Martinez

Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players Indians of all time continues with Victor Martinez, the top catcher in franchise history.

Top 100 Indians: #36 Roberto Alomar

This next player only spent three seasons in Cleveland, but they were a great three seasons.

Top 100 Indians: #37 Ken Keltner

LGT's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Ken Keltner, one of the top third baseman in baseball in the late 30s and 40s.

Top 100 Indians: #38 Vean Gregg

LGT's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Vean Gregg, the first great left handed starter they ever had.

Top 100 Indians: #39 Jeff Heath

LGT's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Jeff Heath, the left fielder from the late 30’s/early 40's teams.

Top 100 Indians: #40 Charles Nagy

Next up on the Top 100 Indians countdown is the workhorse of the 1990s teams.

Top 100 Indians: #41 Toby Harrah

Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in Cleveland Indians history continues with #41 on the list, Toby Harrah, the team's 3B from 1979 to 1983.

Top 100 Indians: #42 Bartolo Colón

Next on our Top 100 Indians countdown is a pitcher that not only pitched several postseason gems, but was the key part of one of the best trades in franchise history.

Top 100 Indians: #43 Johnny Allen

LGT's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Johnny Allen, a starter from the late 30’s teams.

Top 100 Indians: #44 Bert Blyleven

Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in Cleveland Indians history continues with #44 on the list, pitcher Bert Blyleven.

Top 100 Indians: #45 Andre Thornton

LGT's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Andre Thornton, the best run producer on a lot of terrible Indians squads.

Top 100 Indians: #46 George Uhle

LGT's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with George Uhle (you-lee), workhorse of the early 1920s and supposed inventor of the slider.

Top 100 Indians: #47 Tom Candiotti

Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Tom Candiotti, the knuckleball throwing leader of the Indians' rotation during the late 80s and early 90s.

Top 100 Indians: #48 Shin-Soo Choo

Next up on our countdown of the Top 100 Indians is an outfielder that you may remember.

Top 100 Indians: #49 Jim Bagby Sr

Next on the list of top Indians of all time is one of the workhorse starters from the first championship team in 1920, Jim Bagby Sr.

Top 100 Indians: #50 Brett Butler

Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in franchise history continues with Brett Butler, one of the Indians' many great center fielders and its best player during the mid 1980s.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: Recap, 75-51

We've now completed the third quartile of the countdown.

Top 100 Indians: #51 Charlie Jamieson

Never spectacular, but always steady, we look at the seventh left fielder in Tribe history on this list.

Top 100 Indians: #52 Terry Turner

Next up is a largely forgotten player that nevertheless still holds the franchise lead in games played.

Top 100 Indians: #53 Carlos Baerga

Next on the list, a switch-hitter who ran like a penguin ...

Top 100 Indians: #54 Woodie Held

While the Tribe has been blessed with some very notable shortstops throughout the years, good and bad, one that tends to get overlooked is Woodie Held.

Top 100 Indians: #55 Sonny Siebert

Next up, a starting pitcher from the 60s ...

Top 100 Indians: #56 Dale Mitchell

Up next for discussion, the sixth left fielder on the list ...

Top 100 Indians: #57 Joe Gordon

At #57, we finally arrive at a second baseman, slugger Joe Gordon …

Top 100 Indians: #58 Buddy Bell

The next player on the list is most likely the first player on this list known primarily as a defender, but he also could hit a little.

Top 100 Indians: #59 Cliff Lee

Not sure if I should even proceed with #59 since he won’t read this ….

Top 100 Indians: #60 Julio Franco

Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest players in Cleveland Indians history continues with baseball's ageless wonder, who led the Indians in hits and runs during the 1980s.

Top 100 Indians: #61 John Romano

A key offensive player on the early '60s teams, John Romano was part of two extremely important trades that helped set the course of the Indians for perhaps decades to come.

Top 100 Indians: #62 Steve O'Neill

Steve O'Neill disproved the axiom "you can't teach an old dog new tricks" by become an very good hitter after being a defensive specialist his first seven seasons.

Top 100 Indians: #63 Herb Score

Manning leads from second, Kuiper on first, Thornton takes a ball in the dirt. The Tribe looking to cut into the the 5-2 deficit here in Municipal stadium....