With the Cleveland Indians back in the playoffs, it’s difficult not to reminisce of past Tribe postseason appearances.

Here are 10 facts about the Indians in the postseason:

-The Cleveland Indians overall postseason record is 44-41, with a 27-16 record at home and a 17-25 record on the road.

-Former Tribe shortstop Omar Vizquel has appeared in more Indians postseason games than any other player with 57. He’s followed by Jim Thome (55), Manny Ramirez (52), Kenny Lofton (50) and Sandy Alomar Jr. (49). Vizquel also has the club record for most single-game RBIs in a playoff game at 6. It happened in 2001 during the American League Division Series against Seattle.

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-Omar Vizquel and Kenny Lofton share the club record for most all-time postseason stolen bases at 23. No one else has more than 3. Lofton also has the most stolen bases in a single Cleveland playoff game with 3.

-Indians top five all-time postseason strikeouts: Charles Nagy (55), Orel Hershiser (54), Jaret Wright (36), Bartolo Colon (35) and Paul Assenmacher (26)

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LOCAL NEWS: Cleveland Indians Postseason Facts: Vizquel, Lofton, Thome Leave Tribe Legacy  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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