Who is the most famous player to have suited up for both the O’s and the Indians?

The Orioles will play the Cleveland Indians in a four-game set at Camden Yards starting on Thursday evening, which brings to mind the following question:

Who is the most famous player to have suited up for both the Orioles and the Indians?

Some candidates:

Albert Belle

Roberto Alomar

Eddie Murray

Brady Anderson

Harold Baines (thanks, @BirdlandInsider)

Dennis Martinez

Frank Robinson

Jim Gentile

Boog Powell (thanks for pointing out the oversight, Bill)

Lou Piniella (he played a total of ten games combined with the two teams)

Current Orioles Jeremy Guthrie and Michael Aubrey sadly didn’t make the list.

Have additional candidates of your own? Add them to the comments section.

Image: Here.

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2 Responses to Who is the most famous player to have suited up for both the O’s and the Indians?

  1. Bill-DC says:

    Boog Powell comes to mind.

  2. Major oversight on my part. I've amended the post accordingly. Thanks, Bill.

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