Stan Coveleski (1913-14)
Stan Coveleski, a product of the Pennsylvania coal mines, was a five-time 20-game winner and earned 215 total major league victories. He compiled 13 straight wins in 1925. Coveleski was Cleveland's hero in the 1920 World Series, defeating Brooklyn three times while yielding a total of only two runs.
Before rising to stardom in the major leagues, Coveleski pitched in Spokane for two seasons. In 1914, he won 20 games for the Indians and led the Northwest League with 214 strikeouts. He was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1969.