1995 Record: 100-44
Most people would argue that the Atlanta Braves and the New York Yankees were the teams of the 1990s, frequently winning their division titles and also appearing in and winning several World Series Championships.
However, some may forget that the Cleveland Indians were also one of the most consistent teams in the '90s, almost always winning the AL Central.
The Indians had two World Series appearances in 1995 and 1997 and lost both to the Braves and Marlins, respectively.
Despite not winning any titles and having mediocre pitching, the Indians maintained one of the best hitting lineups during this era.
Specifically, in proper batting order, I am going to highlight the batting lineup of the 1995 Cleveland Indians - arguably the single best hitting lineup of the 1990s.
***NOTE: This article does not take potentially corked bats or steroid use into consideration.