By Ronnie Tellalian
One pitcher holds two distinctive records for the Cleveland Indians. The first being the record for most career 20 win season with seven. The second is the record for consecutive All-Star appearances by a pitcher with seven. Who is this mystery hurler?
Starting Pitcher: Bob Lemon
Lemon made his Major League debut in 1941 as a third baseman. He only played in five games that year, spending most of the season at the minor league level. He batted .301 in 141 games in the Eastern League that year. The following season, in the International league, Lemon hit 21 home runs before being called up for another very brief stint. He played in a total of 10 games for the Indians from 1941 to 1942 before heading off to fight in World War II.