20. Albert Belle
Belle was a left fielder who played for the Indians from 1989-1996 and had a .295 career batting average. He was one of the best sluggers of the 1990’s and in 1995 he became the first person to hit 50 doubles and 50 homeruns in a single season. He finished his career with 381 homeruns, 1,231 runs batted in and was a five-time all-star and a five-time silver slugger award winner.
19. Al Rosen
Rosen’s career was cut short after a traffic accident, but the former Cleveland third baseman and MVP winner was on his way to a Hall of Fame career, leading the league in home runs twice. He finished his career with 192 home runs and a slash of .285/.384/.495. He was also apart of the 1948 World Series team.
Shoeless Joe Jackson was an outfielder who played for the Cleveland Naps from 1911 until their transformation to the Indians in 1915. Jackson had a career batting average of .356 with 54 home runs and 785 runs batted in before being banned from Major League Baseball after conspiring to fix the 1919 World Series. Jackson is a member of the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame but remains out of the discussion for the Baseball Hall of Fame due to still remaining on the ineligible list due to the World Series scandal.