Posted Monday, October 24, 2011
Jim Thome was drafted by the Indians in 1989 and made his major league debut September 4, 1991. One month later, he made his first major league home run. After playing for the Indians for 12 years, he moved to the Philadelphia Phillies, the Chicago White Sox, LA Dodgers, Minnesota Twins and has finally returned home to Cleveland. Thome was interviewed by Tom Hamilton, the on-air voice of the Cleveland Indians.
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