#95 3B Travis Fryman (1998-2002)
Fryman originally came up with Detroit as a shortstop, and took over for Tiger legend Alan Trammell. Eventually, he settled into third base, and became one of the best in baseball during the early 1990s. In 1997, he was traded to newly-formed Arizona Diamondbacks, and traded again a month later to the Indians for Matt Williams.
Fryman had his best year with the Indians in 2000, batting .321 with 22 home runs and 106 RBIs; he also won his only Gold Glove that year. Two injury-plagued years later, Travis retired at age 33.