Top 100 Indians

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.

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