On Sunday, the Yankees will retire Derek Jeter’s No. 2 jersey and honor him with a plaque at Yankee Stadium’s Monument Park. For most of his career, Jeter was the face of the Yankees—and, in fact, of baseball as a whole—but two and a half years after he played his last game, it’s less clear who would inherit that mantle either in the Bronx or for the entire sport.
For some teams, the identity of the face of the franchise—the club’s most iconic, popular player, not just among his own fan base but around the game—is in flux. For others, it’s an easy call. Below are SI’s choices for the face of every franchise in baseball.