It annoys me to no end when people say that the year 2010 represents a new decade. You don't start with zero when you count, and nine is not the 10th number.
But everyone else is preemptively declaring an end to this decennial period, and, in the immortal words of Ron Burgundy, "When in Rome..."
It's been a depressing decade for Cleveland fans: We saw our glory days come to an end, and when we regained some semblance of success, it didn't last.
And yet, we've had some great players come through Progressive Field in that time span.
Here is my All-Decade Cleveland Indians 25-man roster. To qualify for this list, players had to have spent at least two seasons with the Tribe in the last 10 years, thus eliminating Glory Days holdovers Manny Ramirez and Sandy Alomar, Jr., as well as single-season scrubs like Juan Gonzalez and Kevin Millwood.