The Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday released its official 2018 ballot and it includes a pair of Cleveland Indians favorites.

Former shortstop Omar Vizquel and infielder Jim Thome will be first-year nominees.

Vizquel, 50, spent 11 seasons with the Indians, earning eight Gold Glove awards and three All-Star appearances in that time.

Thome, 47, was drafted by the Indians in the 13th round of the 1989 draft. He spent 12 consecutive seasons with the Indians and returned for one year in 2011. He earned three All-Star appearances as an Indian. His statue now sits beyond the centerfield wall at Progressive Field.

The star-studded 2018 ballot also includes first-timer Chipper Jones, former Indian Johnny Damon, who ended his career in Cleveland in 2012, and former Cleveland favorite Manny Ramirez.

The full ballot list is as follows:

  • Barry Bonds
  • Chris Carpenter
  • Roger Clemens
  • Johnny Damon
  • Vlad Guerrero
  • Livan Hernandez
  • Trevor Hoffman
  • Orlando Hudson
  • Aubrey Huff
  • Jason Isringhausen
  • Andruw Jones
  • Chipper Jones
  • Jeff Kent
  • Carlos Lee
  • Brad Lidge
  • Edgar Martinez
  • Hideki Matsui
  • Fred McGriff
  • Kevin Millwood
  • Jamie Moyer
  • Mike Mussina
  • Manny Ramirez
  • Scott Rolen
  • Johan Santana
  • Curt Schilling
  • Gary Sheffield
  • Sammy Sosa
  • Jim Thome
  • Omar Vizquel
  • Billy Wagner
  • Larry Walker
  • Kerry Wood
  • Carlos Zambrano

Results of the Hall of Fame election, which is voted on by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, will be announced Jan. 24 on MLB Network.