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Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #8 Bob Lemon

Originally an infielder by trade, World War II would help Bob Lemon become one of the Big Four, one of the best rotations in MLB history, and the Hall of Fame.

A look at prospect rankings for today's MLB stars

A look at how MLB's best players of today were ranked back when they were prospects

How were current Indians rated as prospects?

A look back at members of the Cleveland Indians when they were prospects. Who was highly touted and which guys came from nowhere?

Top 100 Indians: #9 Earl Averill

Next on our countdown was a player who didn't make his major-league debut until his Age 27 season, but made up for lost time.

Baseball players born on a Super Bowl Sunday

A look at the best baseball players ever born on a Super Bowl Sunday. This doesn't have much to do with anything, but it's Super Bowl Sunday, and by adding something to the avalanche of information about the game, I feel like I'm a part of things.

Biggest January signings in Tribe history

A look back at some of the biggest transactions (non-trade variety) in the month of January in Tribe history.

Biggest January trades in Tribe history

A look back at some of the biggest trades in the month of January in Tribe history.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians #10 Shoeless Joe Jackson

As we enter the Top 10, we reflect on a player with Hall of Fame credentials who while associated with the Black Sox, actually had his best seasons while in Cleveland.

Best Tribe pitching seasons by expected wins

Last week, we looked at how the 2013 staff performed in regards to Expected wins vs. Expected Losses. Next we peek at some of the top performances over the past 45 seasons.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #11 Stan Coveleski

From the coal mines of Pennsylvania, to the Hall of Fame, Stan Coveleski had an interesting life to say the least.

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