|1st||Bob Feller||Victor Martinez||Jim Thome||Nap Lajoie||Al Rosen||Lou Boudreau||Albert Belle||Tris Speaker||Joe Jackson|
|2nd||Stan Coveleski||Steve O'Neill||Hal Trosky||Roberto Alomar||Bill Bradley||Joe Sewell||Charlie Jamieson||Kenny Lofton||Manny Ramirez|
|3rd||Addie Joss||Carlos Santana||Andre Thornton||Joe Gordon||Ken Keltner||Terry Turner||Jeff Heath||Larry Doby||Elmer Flick|
|4th||Sam McDowell||John Romano||Ed Morgan||Bobby Avila||Buddy Bell||Ray Chapman||Joe Vosmik||Earl Averill||Rocky Colavito|
|5th||Gaylord Perry||Ray Fosse||George Burns||Carlos Baerga||Graig Nettles||Omar Vizquel||Dale Mitchell||Grady Sizemore||Shin-Soo Choo|
|6th||Mel Harder||Joe Azcue||Mike Hargrove||Jason Kipnis||Toby Harrah||Asdrubal Cabrera||Michael Brantley||Brett Butler||Braggo Roth|
The Indians are pretty darn good at starting pitcher. Gaylord Perry wasn't an Indian for very long, but he wore the uniform long enough, and was dominant enough to make it.
Center field and shortstop were probably the deepest fielding positions, and third base was a lot stronger than I expected it would be. Right field ain't too shabby neither.
Catcher and first base were weaker than perhaps you realized. Victor Martinez and Carlos Santana, both current-day players who were pretty good for a while crack the Top 3 catchers. Hal Trosky was a fine first baseman who had the misfortune of playing in the American League at the same time as Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, and Hank Greenberg. He's a solid 2nd Teamer behind the great Jim Thome. After those two, there's not a lot to write home about.
Second base was the position where stars burnt briefly but brightly. Lajoie was an easy choice for the 1st Team, but the two Hall of Famers who follow him down the column, Roberto Alomar and Joe Gordon, played only three and four years, respectively, with the Tribe. But oh, how great they were. I wanted to give Bobby Avila some extra credit for his longevity, but in the end, I just thought those two deserved to be ahead of him. Jason Kipnis has been impressive so far, and is already close to passing up Baerga. Can he continue his ascent?