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Indians Ink All-Time Tribe Team: SP3

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Posted: 2/3/2013 11:28 PM

Indians Ink All-Time Tribe Team: SP3 


As some of you may recall, last year, I started a thread, "All-Time Tribe Team." I posted my roster and many others responded with their own version. This year, I have an idea for a similar thread, but with different rules:


I'll post a poll weekly asking for your vote of who you'd like to see on your all-time Tribe team. The leading vote-getter in each category will win his respective role on the team. 


Here's how the roster will be compiled: Players that have already been voted in are in italics

Starters:

Sandy Alomar
1B Jim Thome
2B Nap Lajoie
3B Al Rosen
SS Lou Boudreau
LF
CF
RF Manny Ramirez 
DH

- Note: The DH can be anybody, not just an exclusive DH. However, maybe keep in mind that some players don't hit as well without the rhythm of playing the field.

Bench:
4OF
C
IF

Starting Rotation:
SP1 Bob Feller
SP2 Addie Joss
SP3
SP4
SP5

BullPen:
LHP
LHP
RHP
RHP
P
SU
CL

- Note: The criteria for the pitching staff is as follows: 
      - The starting pitchers can be anyone, regardless of dominant hand. So we could have five southpaws or a 3/2 split. No limit there.
      - As for the 'pen, the closer must have been a closer when he pitched, and the setup man can be anyone who was used predominantly in the bullpen. The other five members of the 'pen can be former starters or relievers. In other words, we could have both CC Sabathia and Raffy Betancourt in the pen. But CC could not be the SU or CL.


That puts us at a 24-player roster. The 25th will be your choice of position player or pitcher, and will be voted upon last.


Criteria for Voting
A player will be judged based solely on what he did for the tribe. So, even though Eddie Murray hit 500+ career HRs, he only hit 50 for the Tribe, thus not a great candidate for a spot. On the other hand, a guy like Mel Harder gets bonus points for his longevity with Cleveland.
Also, feel free to write in a vote if your guy isn't an option.


Let me know what you think! I'll try to post a poll once every five days or so, give us a way to pass the time until opening day. When the last poll is completed, I'll post a composite list of the roster, and we could discuss lineups, matchups, etc.

(The above message will be re-posted in its entirety in every poll)



Football season ends in just about the worst way possible. Let's talk baseball. Please.

Joss wins the 2-spot in a poll not very heavily attended. Still plenty of good candidates available. 


    Who is your #3?

  1. Poll closed on 02/10/2013
  2. Stan Coveleski: 3 votes
  3. Wes Ferrell: 0 votes
  4. Mike Garcia: 0 votes
  5. Mel Harder: 0 votes
  6. Willis Hudlin: 0 votes
  7. Bob Lemon: 13 votes
  8. Sam McDowell: 1 vote
  9. Charles Nagy: 0 votes
  10. C.C. Sabathia: 0 votes
  11. Early Wynn: 3 votes
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Posted: 2/4/2013 1:13 AM

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Gotta go Coveleski here ever so slightly over Lemon and Wynn.
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Posted: 2/4/2013 7:25 AM

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i go with lemon in a close call over coveleski
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Posted: 2/4/2013 7:45 AM

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Had to go with Lemon since he was a key part of both the 48 and 54 teams.
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Posted: 2/5/2013 5:16 PM

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buddy34 wrote: i go with lemon in a close call over coveleski
Ditto
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