The Top 100 series continues with a blast from the past, Cleveland native Joe Vosmik.
Justice didn’t play for the Tribe all that long, but he put up one of the most memorable seasons in franchise history and was quite productive throughout his stay.
Rafael Betancourt saved a grand total of 17 games with the Indians, but he was just as, or even more, valuable than the closers who came into games after him.
In that near-magical 1959 season, Tito Francona was the driving force behind what turned out to be the Indians' last pennant contender for 35 years.
Beloved former Indian Kenny Lofton is making his first appearance on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot this year. Does his career merit enshrinement? Deserving or not, is he likely to actually be elected?
Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the 100 greatest players in Indians history continues with a look at Dennis Eckersley, whose time in Cleveland was far too short.