Found September 17, 2012 on Burning River Baseball:
As you may have noticed if you read the site regularly, I like to make lists. As a separate part of the All-Time Indians section of the site I will be adding position by position rankings of the top ten Indians of all time. Rather than writing individual bios for each player on this page, each name will be linked to the bio I have already written for them, assuming they have one. As I write more complete bios, I will link them to and from this page so you can navigate easily through the historical part of Burning River Baseball. There will be 14 overall lists (CP, LF, 3B, LHRP, DH, 2B, RHRP, RF, C, SP, SS, CF, 1B, Ace) and they will be released occasionally over the course of the next year.  The first ranking will be of the Indians best closers of all time. This was chosen as first mostly to put Chris Perez's career numbers in line with the rest of the Indians closers, but also because it is a relatively new position. The earliest member of the list was made closer first in 195...
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