2. Jim Thome
Thome was primarily a first baseman who played for the Cleveland Indians from 1991-2002 and in 2011. He was a true power hitter playing six seasons where he hit 40+ home runs. He boasted a .276 batting average with 612 home runs and 1,699 runs batted in. Thome was a five-time all-star and won the silver slugger award in 1996. He is a ranked 8th all time in home runs and is in the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame. The Cleveland Indians also retired his jersey No. 25.
1. Bob Feller
“The heater from Van Meter” Bob Feller was a pitcher for the Cleveland Indians for his entire career which spanned from 1936-41 and 1945-46 with the only gap in his career due to a four year stint in the Navy. Feller was an eight-time all-star and won the 1940 tripe crown along with winning a World Series with the Cleveland Indians in 1948, which was the last World Series the Cleveland Indians have won. He had 3.25 earned run average with 2,581 strikeouts and a 266-162 win-loss record. Feller pitched 44 shutouts and 3 no-hitters. He is in the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame and the Baseball Hall of Fame. He is widely considered as the greatest Cleveland Indians player of all time. The Cleveland Indians retired his jersey No. 19.