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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: #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: #61 John Romano

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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

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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: #64 Ed Morgan

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Another history lesson of a player most people did not know played for the Tribe, let alone in the major leagues.

Top 100 Indians: #65 Al Smith

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When we finalized the Top 100 list, Al Smith didn't really stand out. But as I got to know him through research, the more I realized what a fine player he was.

Top 100 Indians: #70 Mike Hargrove

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From 1979 until 1999, Mike Hargrove was part of the Indians organization in some capacity, whether as a player, minor-league coach, minor-league manager, major-league coach, and finally...

Top 100 Indians: #74 Tito Francona

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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.

Top 100 Indians: #82 Odell Hale

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The Top 100 Indians countdown continues with #82 Odell Hale

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