Cleveland Sports: Top 40 athletes from the Browns, Monsters Indians and Cavaliers

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LAVAL, QC, CANADA – OCTOBER 4: Adam Clendening #2 of the Cleveland Monsters raises his arms after the Monsters scores their 3rd goal of the game on Charlie Lindgren #35 of the Laval Rocket while Dale Weise #21 of the Laval Rocket looks on at Place Bell on October 4, 2019 in Laval, Quebec. (Photo by Stephane Dube /Getty Images)

40. Browns K Austin Seibert

It may seem odd to have a kicker in the top-40 but he’s someone that actually has the potential of sticking around long term, and helping the team move forward in a post-Phil Dawson NFL-era.

39. Indians SP Adam Plutko

Not exactly Jake Westbrook type of popularity here but Adam Plutko has done a great job stepping into shoes left by more accomplished Tribe pitchers as they battled injuries.

38. Indians 1B Jake Bauers

The hope of the Indians’ future hangs on Jake Bauers’ broad shoulders. Hopefully, he can muster together a better 2020 season than he had in 2019.

37. Cavaliers PG Darius Garland

Darius Garland hasn’t been the ray of sunshine the Cavs have hoped for, especially when you realize how great some rookies taken after him, like a Tyler Herro, have been.

36. Cleveland Monsters Adam Clendening

Most fans reading this may not know much of the professional hockey team in Cleveland, the Monsters, but Adam Clendening is the leading points scorer for the Columbus Blue Jackets minor league affiliate.

35. Browns LB Sione Takitaki

A popular player for the Browns fanbase, though Takitaki has yet to prove his worthiness of such fanfare due to a lack of playing time in the 2019 season, his rookie year. Expected to step up with Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert no longer with the team.

34. Indians RP Oliver Perez

Once a starter and a hopeful ace for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Oliver Perez has secured a swan song performance for his career as a Tribe middle to long reliever out of the pen.

33. Browns TE David Njoku

Despite an injury-plagued, up and down tenure with the Browns so far, the embattled tight end is still very popular despite being relegated to second-string status following the 2020 NFL free agency period.

32. Indians C Roberto Perez

Fans have flocked to Roberto Perez, who at age 30 had his best year as a catcher for the Indians. He hit 24 home runs in his first year as the team’s primary catcher.

31. Cavaliers SF Cedi Osman

Beloved do-everything Cavalier, Cedi Osman has become a Cleveland staple for the rebuilding franchise, and fans love his versatility and selfless style of play.

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