Tribe's All-Stars represent organizational victory

It is a matter of fact and finances that the Cleveland Indians aren't going to snag their stars on the open market. The last time the Tribe was represented on the All-Star stage by a player the club had previously signed as a free agent was 2004, when second baseman Ronnie Belliard, who made a measly $1.1 million that season, was selected.
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All-Time Indians: Ronnie Belliard

Name: Ronald Belliard Position: Second Base Tribe Time: 2004-2006 Number: 20 Accolades: 2004 All-Star DOB: 04/07/1975 Stats G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SB% OBP SLG AVG OPS Best Season (2005) 145 536 71 152 36 1 17 78 35 72 2 2 50% .325 .450 .284 .775 Indians Career 390 1485 192 423 105 2 37 192 116 215 7 4 64% .337 .433 .285 .770 The least likely of second basemen, Ronnie Belliard...
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February 25, 2016  |  Discuss

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