That next decade of Cleveland Indians Triple-A baseball brought a future "who's who" of Major League Baseball. After producing Cy Young Award winner Bartolo Colon, 4 time MLB All-Star Cliff Lee (3-2, 3.77 in 2002; 6-1, 3.27 in 2003) would go on to lead the American League in ERA with 2.54 and posting an incredible MLB leading 22-3 records in 2008 for the Indians. Danny Baez (2-0, 3.20) would go on to save 41 games for Tampa in 2005 to earn an MLB All-Star nod while Edward Mujica (3-1-5 Sv, 2.48) would save 37 for the Cardinals in 2013. Jake Westbrook (8-1, 3.20), and Roberto Hernandez (7-4, 3.25) would also make the Mid-Summer classic from the pitching side. Hitting wise it was just as exciting as the Bisons produced 3x All-Star Grady Sizemore (.287) who hit a Major League leading 53 2B and 28 HR (.290) with 22 SB in 2006 for the Indians; 2x MLB All-Star Astrubal Cabrera (.326) who hit 25 HR for the Indians in 2011 batting .273; 3x MLB All-Star Jhonny Peralta (44 2B, 15 HR, .326); 3x MLB All-Star Brandon Phillips (8 HR , .303 in 2004; 15 HR, .256 in 2005) who would capture many Gold Gloves for the Reds over the years at 2B; future All-Star Milton Bradley (.254) who became a real "gamer" and last but not least was Victor Martinez (7 HR, .328) who would amass 5 All-Star nods including 2014 when he hit 32 HR and 103 RBI's for Detroit while leading in OBP. After 14 terrific seasons the Indians said goodbye to their old friends and left for the brand new Digitalballparks Ballpark of the Year "Huntington Park" in Columbus Ohio. With the New York Mets just being evicted from Norfolk after a 40 year relationship and looking for someplace to land very quickly, the Bisons signed a 4 year PDC with NYC.