Sure, you may be a Cleveland Indians fan.
But you probably don't know that, around Christmas, some of your favorite players develop interesting holiday-themed nicknames.
A bit odd, I know.
Lucky for you, I am in the know and can let you in on this fact.
Here are the top five Cleveland Indians Christmas names.
It could be a blessed season if Lowe reverts to his past successful seasons while continuing to be the dependable, durable starter he has always been throughout his career.
If he can be as reliable as Santa has been in spreading Christmas cheer, Tribe fans will feel like they got a good stocking stuffer.
Kipnis surprised and excited fans last year when he outperformed more highly-touted prospect Lonnie Chisenhall. If he keeps progressing, Indians fans will be as happy as kids on Christmas morning.
Dear Mr. Kringle:
Please deliver the goods in the ninth. You can leave off the frilly packaging—walking guys, giving up a couple of hits and maybe a run or two—and still get the save. We'll be just fine with the plain, brown-wrapped, one-two-three ninth.
Santana can deliver more consistency at the plate and continue delivering walk-off bombs to all the little boys and girls of Cleveland. I hope he gets brand new catcher's and first baseman's mitts under his tree.
Hopefully, our ace-in-the-making will break bats and spirits of opponents, just as my heart was broken when I was told there is no Santa Claus. I suppose that makes sense as I have been asking Santa for a Cleveland Indians World Series title for 35 years now, and my wish has never been granted.
What other past and present players had part-time Christmas-themed nicknames?