Despite the team's struggles at the position in recent years, second base has been the place for many of the greatest Indians in team history, including the only one that the team was directly named after. Since 1996, the Indians have not had a single second baseman who started more than three seasons, but even so, one of those players still made a place high on the list.
10. Tony Bernazard - Years starting 2B - 1984-1987
Bernazard holds a precarious position at the end of this list with just 500 games played and poor rate stats. After being without a steady second baseman since Alomar left in 2001, the Indians finally look to have found a new star who should be able to take over this spot with just a few more quality seasons.
9. Ray Mack - 1940-1944
Mack's five seasons as a starter were enough to place him at number 9, despite fairly poor stats across the board. While the top eight players are all upstanding members in Indians history, the final two spots on this co...