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  2 -  ALEX MASEL
Outstanding centerfielder and team leader played eight seasons for the Chiefs winning Championships in 1990, 1992, 1995 & 1997. Eighth on all time Chiefs career hit list with 213 and ninth in RBI's with 116. Scored winning run in Chiefs 1990 seventh game win over the A's.
Retired from playing in 1997.

  5 -  DAVE CLIVIO
Enjoyed long ICL career playing from 1973-1997, becoming a Chief in 1989. Considered one of the best second baseman ever to play in the ICL. Won four Championships with the Chiefs. "Cliv" had 328 hits while wearing the Chiefs colors good for fourth place on the all time list and is seventh in RBI's with 167.
Retired from playing in 1997.

  6 -  STEVE DALEY
"Dales" started his career in 1992 and became a fixture at third base for the next nine seasons, winning three ICL Championships. He is fifth on the both the Chiefs all time homer list (32) and RBI list (192). He checks in at number six on the all-time career hit list with 273.
Retired from playing in 2000. 

18 -  HANK LANDERS
Hank "The Hammer" was one of the best pure hitters ever to put on a Chiefs uniform. Played several seasons for the Milwaukee Brewers before joining the Chiefs in 1989 and playing ten years. Is fourth in homers (40), sixth in RBI's (186) and seventh in hits (238). Was a member of four Chiefs Championship teams. Hit a career high .383 in 1993. A graduate of Brown University. Retired from playing in 1998.

21 -  MIKE ROMANO
Mike joined the Chiefs at the end of the 1989 season and is considered one of the best defensive catchers in Intercity League history. "Romo" played eight seasons and won three ICL crowns.  He is ninth on Chiefs all time hit list with 194 and tenth in RBI's with 109. Mike played in the Cincinnati Reds farm system before becoming a Chief in August of 1989.
Retired from playing in 1996.

22 -  MIKE BARNES
A fixture and the identity of all great Chiefs teams from 1989-2000.  "Barnsey" made more starts in right field than any other player in history during his 12 year Chiefs career. He is high up on all Chiefs career batting lists including third in both hits (365) and RBI's (203). Won four ICL titles (1990, 1992, 1995, 1997). Retired from playing in 2000.

23 -  ARI KOUFOS
"Kouf " had a long and illustrious career with the Chiefs and ranks second in all career pitching categories including wins (49), appearances (120) , strikeouts (328) and innings pitched (615).
Won three ICL titles with the Chiefs in 1992, 1995 & 1997. Pitched an amazing 102 innings in 1993.
 Retired from playing in 2002.

24 -  JOE SANTAGATE
Chiefs career was hampered by arm problems that prevented him from being one of the best ICL pitchers of the 1990's. He stayed healthy enough to go 9-0 in 1992 leading the Chiefs to another Championship. Played eight seasons with the team 1990-1996 and attemped a comeback in 2003.
Won two Championships with the Chiefs and ranks 4th in all pitching categories; wins (28), appearances (69), strikeouts (194) and innings pitched (275).
Retired as a player in 2003.

28 -  JON DREW
Had back to back 12-1 years for the Chiefs on the mound in 1992 & 1993. Was the winning pitcher in the 1992 seventh game championship. Struck out a team record 83 batters in 1993. "JD"is third in all Chiefs career pitching categories including wins (37), appearances (70), strikeouts (288) and innings pitched (365). Was a member of three Chiefs Championships (1990, 1992 & 1995).

30 -  WARREN OLSON
Perhaps the most prolific power hitter in Chiefs history. Won three Champuionships (1990, 1992 & 1995) in his eight year Chiefs career.  Hit a ICL best .451 in 1989. Great arm behind the plate. Is third on homer hist (41), fourth in RBI (200) and fifth in career hits (304). Played professionally for both the Boston Red Sox and the Milwaukee Brewers before signing with the Chiefs.
Retired as player in 1996.





 
 
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