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August 15, 2017

None of the top choices at this position are having exceptional seasons, but the 34-year-old Cano was an All-Star (the game's MVP, in fact) and he remains on a Hall of Fame path both by traditional and advanced metrics. He's 170 hits and three homers away from joining Rogers Hornsby as the only second basemen with 2,500 hits and 300 homers, and he now ranks eighth at the position in JAWS, with a seven-year peak of 50.3 that is seventh all-time and six wins above the average Hall second baseman.

Total players: 210

Honorable mention: Kyle Seager, Ian Kinsler, Carlos Martinez 

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