The Greatest Cleveland Indian of All Time
The Indians have been around since the inception of the American League in 1901; despite their longevity as a franchise, their hitting records are remarkably mundane. Terry Turner played the most games, with 1619. Earl Averill scored the most runs with 1154. Nap Lajoie leads in hits with 2,046. Jim Thome hit the most homers with 334; second place belongs to Albert Belle with 242. The RBI title is held by Averill with 1084.
The pitching records are rather more impressive. Feller leads the way in wins, with 266; clearly absent his service in WWII he'd be over 300. Mel Harder (223) and Bob Lemon (207) are the only ones even close.