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Robinson Cano's return to Yankee Stadium after leaving for the Mariners might be a bit contentious, considering the passionate nature of your average Bleacher Creature. Jimmy Fallon decided to give Yankees fans a way to let out their frustrations on Cano by having them boo a cardboard cutout of their former second baseman. Little did they know that Cano was hidden inside:

Judging from their delighted reactions when Cano emerges, it seems like he shouldn't take any booing that ends up occurring tonight too personally.

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How do the top second basemen in Major League Baseball stack up? That question has been answered by our experts in the first installment of the Baseball Tonight 100 (#BBTN100), a project to rank the top players across all 30 teams. We'll reveal a new position each day and unveil the overall 1-100 rankings on March 27.

Do you agree with the experts' take on second basemen? Simply click on the images of the top 10 below to submit your ballot.

Rank: #BBTN100 Top Second Basemen

Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano

Seattle Mariners
BBTN Rank: 1

Aaron Hill

Aaron Hill

Arizona Diamondbacks
BBTN Rank: 10

Howie Kendrick

Howie Kendrick

Los Angeles Angels
BBTN Rank: 9

Ian Kinsler

Ian Kinsler

Detroit Tigers
BBTN Rank: 4

Jason Kipnis

Jason Kipnis

Cleveland Indians
BBTN Rank: 3

Dustin Pedroia

Dustin Pedroia

Boston Red Sox
BBTN Rank: 2

Brandon Phillips

Brandon Phillips

Cincinnati Reds
BBTN Rank: 7

Chase Utley

Chase Utley

Philadelphia Phillies
BBTN Rank: 6

Neil Walker

Neil Walker

Pittsburgh Pirates
BBTN Rank: 8

Ben Zobrist

Ben Zobrist

Tampa Bay Rays
BBTN Rank: 5

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