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The Indians are introducing Mobile Entry as a brand new method for Season Ticket Holders and individual ticket-buyers to manager their tickets, and enter the ballpark on game days.
Mobile Entry will allow fans to access tickets on their smartphones, and scan a QR code directly from their device’s screen when entering the ballpark. Below is a step-by-step guide on how to use the new technology this season:
IF YOU SELECT “TRANSFER TICKETS TO A FRIEND“, SEE BELOW FOR FURTHER DIRECTIONS:
(Editor’s note: This post is written with tongue firmly planted in cheek. There is no controversy surrounding the new-look Goon Squad, only laughs and jokes and overall camaraderie between teammates.)
There’s a controversy brewing in the Tribe clubhouse.
Mike Aviles coined the “Goon Squad” last season – a group of so-called super subs who had a major impact in the Tribe’s Postseason run.
Just one problem: Yan Gomes had graduated to a full-time spot in the Tribe starting lineup. So what happens to his spot in the Goon Squad?
“He’s out! He’s an everyday guy now!” Giambi told 92.3 The Fan’s “Bull and Fox” show on Tuesday. “Raburn and Aviles couldn’t wait to kick him out.”
“I feel extremely disrespected when they tell me I’m no longer part of it,” Gomes told 92.3 The Fan’s “Bull and Fox” show on Monday. “There’s a motto: ‘Once a goon, always a goon.’”
Apparently not so in Cleveland. Gomes, upon learning this offseason of his boot from the squad, had an easy solution: “I guess we have to start an alumni group, ‘The Old Goons’ or something.”
Kidding aside, Giambi said the reason the quartet was so successful last year was that, while Manager Terry Francona made sure they were in the lineup and remained fresh, the players accepted their roles and embraced the impact they can have.
“I’d never been in that role; I’d always been an everyday player,” Giambi said. “But (in Colorado) we had the same thing. When guys accept this role, they can make a big impact. I get over here, we started the same thing; the Goon Squad was bigger than the starters, we didn’t let the starters in!”
Online Onsale for Single-Game tickets set for Monday, March 3; fans must register at Indians.com/OnlineOnsale by Friday at Noon
Families can save with KeyBank Kids Value Tickets
Promo Pass offers fans the opportunity to secure promotional items without arriving at ballpark early
KeyBank Kids Value Tickets, Promo Pass and Brohio tickets available on March 3 during Online Onsale
The Cleveland Indians announced on Wednesday new initiatives at Progressive Field for the 2014 season, including further details of the team’s Onsale for Single-Game tickets, a new Family ticket option and the team’s new Promo Pass initiative.
Fans who register at Indians.com/OnlineOnSale will have first crack at Single-Game tickets – including the Indians home opener — on Monday, March 3.
It’s easy to sign up: Just visit Indians.com/OnlineOnSale and enter your contact information, and fans will receive access to the absolute lowest prices on Single-Game tickets for the 2014 season. Fans will receive a password with which they can access the On-Sale on March 3. But hurry: The deadline to sign up for this access to Single-Game tickets is Friday, February 28 at Noon ET.
KeyBank Kids Value Tickets
The Indians are proud to celebrate families and connect generations at Progressive Field each day, and a new ticket offer will make it more affordable for families to come to the ballpark.
KeyBank Kids Value Tickets give kids $15 loaded value for use on concessions (excluding alcohol) or merchandise in the ballpark.
Tickets must be purchased with a full-price adult ticket, and are limited to two kids tickets with each adult ticket. Tickets must be purchased online at least 48 hours in advance of game time, and are good for Mezzanine and Upper Box sections.
More details are available at Indians.com/KidsValue.
New in 2014, the Indians Carnegie Tickets program offers flexibility and tremendous value for fans, including a bonus depending on the amount of money fans deposit into their accounts.
Fans will make an initial investment into their Carnegie Tickets account, which they then can use to buy tickets over the course of the season, for any seating location, and any game, subject to availability. For making this up-front commitment, fans will receive a bonus, ranging from 5%-20%, depending on level of investment.
Redemption is online only at CarnegieTickets.com, 48 hours in advance of the game. The amount deducted from the account will be based on the current single-game price of their selected seats at the time they redeem. As ticket prices will generally rise as the game approaches, Carnegie Ticket purchasers are encouraged to Buy (and Redeem!) Early and Save.
After listening to fan feedback during the 2013 season, the Indians will implement a new Promo Pass program, which will allow fans to secure promotional items in advance for a small fee without having to arrive at the ballpark early.
The items available for Promo Pass include:
- Orel Hershiser bobblehead courtesy of Meritech, May 3 (1,000 Promo Pass tickets in addition to 10,000 promotional items at gates)
- Brohio bobblehead courtesy of Sugardale, May 31 (2,000 Promo Pass tickets in addition to 12,500 promotional items at gates)
- Omar Vizquel jersey courtesy of Medical Mutual, June 21 (2,000 Promo Pass tickets in addition to 12,500 promotional items at gates)
- Jason Kipnis bobblehead courtesy of FirstEnergy, July 8 (2,000 Promo Pass tickets in addition to 12,500 promotional items at gates)
- Jim Thome replica Progressive Field statue courtesy of KeyBank, August 2 (2,000 Promo Pass tickets in addition to 12,500 promotional items at gates)
By adding Promo Pass onto a ticket purchase for an additional $5, when fans arrive to the ballpark there will bea reserved promotional item waiting for them at a convenient redemption location just inside the gates, even if all the items at the gate have already been given out. Promo Pass tickets are available online only and must be purchased 48 hours in advance of the game. For more information, fans can visit Indians.com/PromoPass.
Brantley bobblehead added to Promotional schedule
The Indians have added a fifth bobblehead to their 2014 Promotional schedule, and it features “Dr. Smooth,” Michael Brantley, who earlier this month signed a contract extension through 2017. The Brantley bobblehead will be given to fans on September 1.
The Brantley bobblehead, in addition to the Brohio and Kipnis bobbleheads, Vizquel jersey and Thome replica statue, will be available to 12,500 fans at the gates this year, an increase over last year’s promotional item availability and another alteration the Indians have made after listening to fan feedback.
Fan Designed T-shirt Contest voting announced!
The Indians Fan Designed T-shirt Contest, courtesy of Cleveland Clinic, was named the No. 4 promotion in Major League Baseball in 2014 by Sports On Earth, and we received over 100 creative submissions.
After a week of voting on Indians.com, the winner is Greg Pennypacker’s design, which features a white Block C collage on a Navy Blue shirt. (The winning design is attached to this email.) The T-shirt will be given away to 10,000 fans on Saturday, September 6, when the Indians take on the Chicago White Sox, courtesy of Cleveland Clinic.
Brohio Governor; New Brohio T-shirt design to launch Opening Day
Indians fans – along with Nick Swisher, the President of Brohio – have spoken, and Adam Gockowski has won the Brohio Governor election. Gockowski was sworn in on Tuesday with the Honorable Ketchup presiding at the Indians What’s New event at Progressive Field.
Gockowski, a video engineer at a Lakewood company, featured former Ohio State football coach and current UA executive Jim Tressel in his nomination video. He will be charged with leading Brohio – in Section 117 at Progressive Field – each Friday and Saturday this season.
Fans originally submitted videos to be considered for one of four finalist spots. Those finalists then campaigned in front of Swisher himself on the KeyBank main stage at Tribe Fest last month. Fans, and Swisher, then voted on the finalists, with Gockowski declared the winner.
In addition to a new full-time Brohio Governor, a new Brohio T-shirt design will be unveiled on Opening Day.
You’ve heard of the dog days of summer. Well, in baseball, there are dog days of winter. So as we were preparing for the first Spring Training games this week, we decided to look through our photo archives — and look what we found!
Check out these photos of the ballpark before and during construction; they gave us a good bit of nostalgia as we celebrate 20 years at the ballpark throughout this summer.
A few construction-related dates to remember:
Aug. 24, 1992: Construction workers erect the first structural steel beams for the ballpark.
June 1993: Workers raise the last piece of steel is raised on the ballpark, and seat installation begins.
Sept. 1993: The original sod is laid inside Jacobs Field.
As Swish indicates above, Adam Gockowski has won the 2014 Brohio Governor election in a close race over three other finalists by way of a fan vote on Indians.com and a vote from Swish himself!
Gockowski, a video engineer at Lakewood-based University Tees, beat out Ben Henceroth, Greg Niemojewski and Eric Pratt — a co-worker at University Tees. (#awkward) By winning, he will lead Brohio — Section 117 at Progressive Field during each Friday and Saturday game during the 2014 season.
So, who is Gockowski? Well, he’s the guy who had former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel in his video — see below — and gave Swish an autographed picture of himself during campaigning at Tribe Fest in January.
Let’s get to know Gockowski, a Twinsburg native, a little better:
Question: How excited are you to be Brohio Governor?
Adam Gockowski: VERY EXCITED! We are going to get the party going EVERY NIGHT! SMILES, High 5s, DANCING, It’s going to be CRAZY!
Question:What’s your first Tribe memory?
AG: My first game on July 2nd, 1994. I remember my dad yelling “Change the Pitcher!” and then I asked my mom what he was yelling about!
Question: What was your favorite memory from 2013?
AG: The whole month of September was unreal. We were on fire! Different Day, Different Player, Different Hero. Tons of fun to watch for everyone!
Question: How’d you get Tressel in your video?
AG: I’m on a podcast called “Warpath Podcast” with a man named Anthony LaGuardia. Anthony’s father, John, is a VP at University of Akron. Anthony asked John if it was possible for Mr. Tressel to be in my video. So, the next day, John asked Mr. Tressel and the answer was yes! Truth be told, Tressel was more excited about Brohio than any of us! He loved the idea and was beyond awesome! Also, the scene with him & Kim Gentile, that was his idea! That’s why they were so great on camera together! They knew exactly what they wanted to do on camera! It was awesome!
Question: How’d you come up with the autographed pic of Swish idea?
AG: I actually stole that idea from 2009 Adam Gockowski! Let me explain! Since 2005, I have always been a big fan of former Indians pitching coach, Carl Willis. I don’t know why,but I always found him & his mustache funny! In 2008, I got to meet him & took a picture with him. From that day forward, a friendly rivalry started hahaha. In 2009, I gave him an autographed copy of that picture! He loved it! The friendly rivalry is 6 years old and continues on as recent as July of 2013! So, I knew it was going to take ALOT to win Governor of Brohio. When I was in Seattle in 2013, I took a picture with Swisher. Why reinvent the wheel?!? The other finalist didn’t have a picture with Swish before Tribefest, so I knew that I could use that picture to my advantage!
Question: Who’s your least favorite right fielder in the American League?
A: Whoever the Yankees & Redsox are playing that day! It doesn’t matter who the player may be!
Question: How do you plan to rile up the troops in Section 117?
AG: The first thing to do, every night, is make sure that the crowd knows that they are at a baseball game! We aren’t at the library & we can use our outside voices! hahaha It’s summer time! Lets have fun! 9 inning vacation! Time to get wild! Have Fun! The fans, including myself, will react naturally to the excitement on the field! My job is to make sure that the crowd is enjoying the game and everything related to it! ITS TRIBE TIME!
We’ve received some questions about Single-Game and Opening Day tickets and when they go on sale; here are some frequently asked questions and answers to your pressing ticket questions!
When do Opening Day tickets go on sale?
Single-Game tickets — including Opening Day– will go on sale March 3 at 10AM through a presale called the Online Onsale. Register for the sale here: https://secure.mlb.com/cle/ticketing/online_onsale.jsp
How does the Online Onsale work?
By registering at the link above, fans will receive access to Single-Game tickets on March 3. Fans will receive a code via email – which they’ll provide when registering at Indians.com/OnlineOnsale – that they can use on March 3 at 10AM to access and buy Single-Game tickets.
When is the pre-sale for Season Ticket Holders?
Another perk of being an Indians Season Ticket Holder includes exclusive access to our Single-Game tickets before even our Online Onsale registrants. The Season Ticket Holder pre-sale will be held during the week of February 25; we will be contacting Season Ticket Holders with special pre-sale information soon, and they will receive via email a unique code to purchase Single-Game Tickets before all other fans.
In the past, there have been pre-sales for Social Media, for Fan Club members, and more. When are they?
All of these pre-sales are now included in the Online Onsale, which you can register for here: https://secure.mlb.com/cle/ticketing/online_onsale.jsp
How do I save money on Indians tickets at Progressive Field in 2014?
The absolute lowest prices on tickets for the 2014 season are available to our Season Ticket Holders, who save on average over 40% when compared to Single-Game purchases. Our sales team is standing by with information on how you can become a Season Ticket Holder, who in addition to those savings also receive access to Tribe Rewards, pre-sales for Single-Game tickets and much more.
Outside of Season Tickets, fans can save the most on Single-Game tickets by buying early.
March 3’s Online Onsale will feature the lowest prices fans can get on Single-Game tickets for the 2014 season. Similarly to 2013, for all 81 games, ticket prices will adjust based on market factors including but not limited to date, opponent, game time, weather, demand and number of tickets sold, as the game approaches.
Yan Gomes had already appeared in the Majors with Toronto by the time he came to Cleveland for the Indians week-long Winter Player Development program last January.
He’s now the team’s starting catcher and had a major impact on the team’s Postseason run last season. Danny Salazar, who made his own contributions down the stretch in 2013, is also a product of Cleveland’s unique offseason training initiative – now in its 19th year of existence (1996).
While Gomes and Salazar may be extreme cases of rapid rises through the team’s system, both serve as prime examples of how the program can benefit the team’s young talent.
In fact, that reality plays a significant role in how this group of participants is assembled by the Indians front office. “We try to identify players who could impact our major league in the very short-term future,” said Ross Atkins, the Tribe’s VP of Player Personnel. “Realistically, three to seven players in this room could see time with the Indians in 2014 — now, some of them might get sent right back down, but those role players are important throughout the course of a season.”
“It’s really about familiarity, with the clubhouse, with the staff, with the front office. It’s experience they don’t get in the minors,” added Carter Hawkins, the Indians Assistant Director of Player Development. “The speakers are people who have reached the major leagues in sports or business, and they’re able to share things they wish they knew when they were in these players’ positions.”
Fourteen Tribe prospects are in town for the program, in which they’ll hear from Tribe President Mark Shapiro, manager Terry Francona, ESPN journalist Buster Olney, Cavs General Manager Chris Grant, Sean Casey, Jason Giambi, St. Ignatius coach Chuck Kyle and a host of others on issues ranging from developing effective routines, being a good teammate, learning to win and handling media obligations.
Joey Wendle, the team’s 2013 Lou Boudreau Award winner for being named the top position player in the Indians Player Development system, is on hand, along with Jose Ramirez – who also impacted the big-league club in September — Jesus Aguilar and Tyler Naquin, other top position player prospects. Big-armed Cody Anderson is among the pitching prospects on hand.
For Wendle, who hit .295 with the Carolina Mudcats last season, along with 32 doubles, 5 triples and 64 RBI, said the hope is to avoid a shellshock if and when the players are called up to the big leagues.
“You can tell how serious the Indians take this program by the resources they put into it, the people they have come in to talk to us,” said Wendle, who also was a Carolina League Postseason All-Star selection. “It helps us in that, in the future if we get called up, it’s not such a shellshock. We’re used to the facilities, the people who are here, the people who are of high stature. We’re not intimidated to speak with them, interact with them. We’ll see benefits from it in the future.”
Tyler Cloyd, who was signed to a minor-league deal with a big-league Spring Training invitation in December, also was in the majors last year, making 11 starts with the Phillies. Yet he’s here to get to know some guys he’ll spend time with in Spring Training in Goodyear; he said he, his wife and his 4-month-old daughter will drive from their Nebraska home to Goodyear next week.
“It’s a good way to get faces with names,” Cloyd said. “The only expectation I had for myself when I came up here was to learn as much as I can and they’re helping me do that. In this game, you never can stop learning. If this can help me in my future, that’s why I’m here.”
Atkins said that not only do the players get good experience from the week, but the speakers are also very complimentary of the program.
“The coolest thing is that the speakers say, ‘this is a really cool thing,’” said Atkins, who noted that the players chosen are players the Indians think can make an impact in the big leagues in 2014 – and who haven’t attended the program in prior years. “They say it over and over again to the players. It’s a big commitment by the Dolans, by the players, by the speakers. They all are motivated and inspired by where these individuals are in their careers and would like to impart their wisdom. We’re trying to ease their transition to the big leagues.”
More updates from Vice President of Player Development Ross Atkins on some other attendees
On 2012 No. 1 pick Tyler Naquin, who made a change to his setup in the batter’s box last season:
“He’s not that different than what we drafted. We’re more encouraged based on his open-mindedness. He came to us wanting to put himself in a more powerful position, then did it in-season. This is a guy who had success, and we didn’t ask him to do it. He can be more consistent in that position.
It’s less about the adjustment but more about his mindset and his perseverance that’s most encouraging. He was open, willing and did it in season is the skill we’re more encouraged by.”
(Naquin, by the way, told some darn funny stories from Tribe Fest this past weekend at the ballpark and how he was a little star struck at hanging with some current Indians players and team legends.
He said he went to dinner with Kenny Lofton and Michael Bourn on Saturday night, and had to tell his dad he’d have to call him back because he was at Ken Stewart’s with two pretty good center fielders. Lofton even introduced him to a fan that approached the table to talk to Lofton.
Later, he said he was talking with Jim Thome at the Cavs game on Friday night and pretty soon, “I was sharing a sweet potato with him.”
Naquin, as you might expect, is going to be a favorite of reporters for many years with those stories.)
On reliever-turned-starter Cody Anderson:
“There aren’t a lot a lot of stories of guys converting from relief to being a starter. There are different reasons: It’s hard to be a starter. You have to be effective, durable and throw multiple pitches to throw for strikes. Scouts identified potential in him as a bullpen pitcher in college, then identified the person that would have the mental components to make the change. He’s arguably our best pitching prospect, with (Trevor) Bauer. He’s made himself into certainly someone who has all the attributes to make himself into a MLB starter.”
On 2013 No. 1 pick Clint Frazier:
“He’s in a good position. He will and we will evolve together with what ideal body weight will be and ideal profile will be as he matures. We’re mutually developing a vision for him. The work ethic that he has, we can adjust if need be. We’re not overly concerned with him being too big. We would never ask someone to work less. He’s extremely driven, hard working.”
On Jesus Aguilar, who had success in Winter ball:
“Jesus has raw power, and the thing that stands out is the professionalism of his at-bats. A year and a half ago, you saw power potential, a good swing, a lot of effort. Now, you see a very professional at-bat. The way he sees pitches, takes pitches, thinks situationally. It really stands out.”
–TribeVibe contributor Joel Hammond
Check out all the exciting action from this year’s Tribe Fest event, presented by KeyBank!
Despite difficult winter weather conditions, Indians fans endured and overcame the snow and cold to attend the Second Annual Tribe Fest at Progressive Field. This year’s event included two four-hour sessions on Saturday and one six-hour session on Sunday. Nearly 7,000 tickets were sold for the entire event (25% more than 2013; in-park attendance exceeded last year’s total as well).
–Photos by Dan Mendlik and Austin Sosa
Setup for the second annual Tribe Fest, presented by KeyBank, is nearly complete, so we decided to take a few shots of the setup in our Underground Service Area and beyond. (That’s right, folks: While it’s slightly chilly down there, most of the event is indoors, so you’ll be shielded from the elements!)
Check out the pictures above for a behind-the-scenes look at some of what fans can expect this weekend!
And, if you’re interested in attending Tribe Fest but don’t have tickets yet, well, it’s easy! Visit our Tribe Fest HQ for all event information and to buy tickets. See you at the ballpark!
–TribeVibe contributor Joel Hammond
Fan favorite, 11-time Gold Glove-winning shortstop will appear at Tribe Fest on Jan. 26, be inducted on June 21 at Progressive Field
Longtime TV broadcaster Jimmy Dudley to posthumously join Indians Distinguished Hall of Fame for non-uniformed personnel
Omar Vizquel, one of the best shortstops in Cleveland Indians and Major League Baseball history and a member of the Tribe’s 1995 and 1997 World Series teams, will be inducted into the Indians Hall of Fame on Saturday, June 21.
Vizquel is scheduled to appear briefly at Tribe Fest this weekend; he will be available to media on Sunday, tentatively at 11:30AM. Longtime Indians radio broadcaster Jimmy Dudley will be inducted posthumously into the Indians Distinguished Hall of Fame for non-uniformed personnel.
Of the 1,700-plus players who have worn a Blues, Bronchos or Indians uniform since 1901, Vizquel is the hall’s 40th member. He will be honored in a ceremony before the Indians game against the Detroit Tigers on June 21, and he will be honored with a permanent place in Heritage Park, behind the center field wall at Progressive Field.
“I never thought that I could belong to a prestigious group of players that have given everything to the city of Cleveland in an Indians uniform,” Vizquel said. “My priority always was the game and to enjoy it as much as possible. I’m honored by this and to have had the chance to play for the Indians.”
”Omar was a transcendent player and one of the best of all time at his position,” said Indians Senior Vice President of Public Affairs Bob DiBiasio. “He was a big part of one of our organization’s most successful periods, and we’re excited for him to join the Indians Hall of Fame.”
Vizquel is the current all-time Major League Baseball leader at shortstop in fielding percentage (.985), double plays turned (1,735) and games played at the position (2,709).
He won 11 Rawlings Gold Glove awards (nine consecutive from 1993-2001, and 2005- 2006), and is the oldest shortstop to win the award (at age 38 and again at 39). He also made three American League All-Star teams (1998, 1999, 2002).
Vizquel helped the club win two American League Championships (1995, 1997) and six American League Central Division championships 1995-1999, 2001. In 1999, he boasted a .333 batting average and 112 runs for an Indians team that scored a league-leading 1,009 runs, marking the most productive offensive line-up in Cleveland Indians baseball history.
In November, Vizquel was named the Detroit Tigers first-base coach. He previously served as a co-infield coach for the 2013 season with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
The Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame was established in 1951, and players who spent at least three seasons with the club and have been retired for at least one year are eligible.
Vizquel will be available to media on Sunday, January 26 during Tribe Fest, presented by KeyBank at Progressive Field. He will also join other Indians alumni with Tribe Fest activities on Sunday. For complete event details, visit Indians.com/TribeFest.
Dudley, an Indians radio broadcaster from 1948-1967 on WJW and WERE, is a member of the broadcasters’ wing of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Dudley, a native of Alexandria, Va., played baseball, football and basketball at the University of Virginia. He did play-by-play for the Cubs, and after serving in World War II, joined the Indians during the team’s World Series season of 1948.
Dudley also broadcast football for the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Colts, along with Ohio State. He died in 1989.
Other Distinguished Hall of Fame members include owners Bill Veeck and Dick Jacobs, GM/Super Scout Cy Slapnicka, GM John Hart, athletic trainer Jim Warfield and longtime broadcaster Jack Graney.
CLEVELAND INDIANS HALL OF FAME MEMBERS (39)
CA SANDY ALOMAR- Inducted 2009
OF EARL AVERILL- Inducted 1951
2B CARLOS BAERGA- Inducted 2013
P JIM BAGBY, SR.-Inducted 2007
SS LOU BOUDREAU- Inducted 1954
3B BILL BRADLEY- Inducted 1957
SS RAY CHAPMAN- Inducted 2006
OF ROCKY COLAVITO- Inducted 2006
P STAN COVELESKI- Inducted 1966
OF LARRY DOBY- Inducted 1966
P BOB FELLER- Inducted 1957
P WES FERRELL- Inducted 2009
OF ELMER FLICK- Inducted 1963
P MIKE GARCIA- Inducted 2007
MGR/2B JOE GORDON- Inducted 2008
P MEL HARDER- Inducted 1951
MGR/1B MIKE HARGROVE- Inducted 2008
CA JIM HEGAN- Inducted 1966
OF JOE JACKSON- Inducted 1951
P ADDIE JOSS- Inducted 2006
3B KEN KELTNER- Inducted 1951
2B NAP LAJOIE- Inducted 1951
P BOB LEMON- Inducted 1960
OF KENNY LOFTON- Inducted 2010
MGR. AL LOPEZ- Inducted 2006
P SAM McDOWELL- Inducted 2006
P CHARLES NAGY- Inducted 2007
CA STEVE O’NEILL- Inducted 1951
P SATCHEL PAIGE- Inducted 1965
RHP GAYLORD PERRY-Inducted 2012
3B AL ROSEN- Inducted 2006
P HERB SCORE- Inducted 2006
SS JOE SEWELL- Inducted 1951
OF LOUIS FRANCIS SOCKALEXIS-Inducted 2006
OF TRIS SPEAKER- Inducted 1951
1B/DH ANDRE THORNTON- Inducted 2007
1B HAL TROSKY- Inducted 1951
P EARLY WYNN- Inducted 1972
P CY YOUNG- Inducted 1951