#4. Ben Broussard
Nothing against Ben Broussard, but when you’re more known for the trade you were involved in because it was one of the most lopsided in baseball history, and not because you were the stud player exchanged for cents on the dollar, it might be time to question how excited fans would be to see you. In all fairness, Broussard wasn’t a terrible player. He was a solid contributor for the Indians, but just never seemed to make that next step in terms of his skill set. He had some power, but never really became a true power hitter. The Mariners didn’t seem to mind when they sent Shin-Soo Choo to Cleveland in exchange for his services. Ben Broussard… all around nice guy, but not exactly the most memorable or exciting player in Indians history.