SportsAll Star Game 2019 Cleveland


Fans build their all-time Indians All-Star roster, and it's very 90s

Posted at 2:39 PM, Jul 09, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-09 14:39:24-04

CLEVELAND — With the 90th annual Midsummer Classic MLB All-Star Game just around the corner, four of Cleveland’s own will represent the Tribe in the All-Star Game.

Carlos Santana, Francisco Lindor, Brad Hand and Shane Bieber will represent the American League. Although the Indians are well represented, it didn’t seem like quite enough. That’s why we thought it would be fun to create an All-Star roster made up entirely of Indians All-Stars, past and present.

We took to Twitter and held a vote for who Cleveland would select to each position on their roster of all-time Indians All-Stars. To make the list, the player had to have been selected to the All-Star Team for their position while with the Indians.

After tallying the votes, your final all-time Indians All-Star roster has been set:

It appears the fans would take the legendary 90s Indians in almost every position -- no surprise there.

The actual All-Star Game takes place tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Progressive Field.

You can find the full result of the poll below.

First base:
Vic Power (2%)
Carlos Santana (16%)
Jim Thome (81%)
Vic Wertz (1%)

Second base:
Roberto Alomar (59%)
Bobby Avila (2%)
Carlos Baerga (37%)
Joe Gordon (2%)

Third base:
Max Alvis (2%)
Ken Keltner (3%)
Jose Ramirez (68%)
Al Rosen (27%)

Lou Boudreau (5%)
Asdrubal Cabrera (1%)
Francisco Lindor (35%)
Omar Vizquel (59%)

Sandy Alomar Jr. (80%)
Ray Fosse (2%)
Jim Hegan (1%)
Victor Martinez (17%)

Right field:
Rocky Colavito (22%)
Manny Ramirez (78%)

Center field:
Larry Doby (12%)
Grady Seizmore (8%)

Left Field:
Albert Belle (60%)
Michael Brantley (40%)

Starting pitcher:
Bob Feller (74%)
Corey Kluber (21%)
Sam McDowell (2%)
Gaylord Perry (3%)

Relief pitcher:
Brad Hand (22%)
Doug Jones (8%)
Jose Mesa (22%)
Andrew Miller (48%)

And most importantly:

Fictional player:
Pedro Cerrano (11%)
Willie Mays Hayes (26%)
Jake Taylor (5%)
Ricky Vaughn (58%)

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MLB All-Star Week Schedule

Click here for a detailed schedule with links for information.

Friday, July 5

10 a.m.: Play Ball Park opens. The interactive baseball theme park will be open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day of All-Star Week

6 p.m.: Gates open for the All-Star Concert Series featuring Twenty One Pilots

8 p.m.: Twenty One Pilots concert begins

Saturday, July 6

6 p.m.: Gates open for the All-Star Concert Series featuring The Killers

8 p.m.: The Killers concert begins

Sunday, July 7

8 a.m.: The Color Run MLB All-Star 5K begins – time subject to change.

3 p.m. Gates open for the MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game and All-Star Futures Game doubleheader at Progressive Field. Double-header will feature performances by Welshly Arms and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. Following the games is the All-Star Rock 'n' Blast, a fireworks and multimedia show.

Monday, July 8

All-Star Workout Day

8 p.m. The T-Mobile Home Run Derby begins.

Tuesday, July 9

12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m. The All-Star Parade begins.

7:30 p.m. The 90th annual Midsummer Classic MLB All-Star Game, presented by Mastercard begins at Progressive Field.


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