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How do the top center fielders in Major League Baseball stack up? That question has been answered by our experts in the latest 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 March 27.

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

Rank: #BBTN100 Center Fielders

Michael Bourn

Michael Bourn

Cleveland Indians
BBTN Rank: 9

Coco Crisp

Coco Crisp

Oakland A's
BBTN Rank: 7

Jacoby Ellsbury

Jacoby Ellsbury

New York Yankees
BBTN Rank: 3

Dexter Fowler

Dexter Fowler

Houston Astros
BBTN Rank: 10

Carlos Gomez

Carlos Gomez

Milwaukee Brewers
BBTN Rank: 4

Austin Jackson

Austin Jackson

Detroit Tigers
BBTN Rank: 8

Adam Jones

Adam Jones

Baltimore Orioles
BBTN Rank: 5

Matt Kemp

Matt Kemp

Los Angeles Dodgers
BBTN Rank: 6

Andrew McCutchen

Andrew McCutchen

Pittsburgh Pirates
BBTN Rank: 2

Mike Trout

Mike Trout

Los Angeles Angels
BBTN Rank: 1

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We can understand if you don't make a regular habit of checking out the highlights when the Royals and Indians are involved, but when they start channeling Alfred Hitchcock movies, it's worth your time. Thursday's game between the two was one of four on the day in baseball that featured walk-off hits, but none of them were quite like this.

Aptly-named commenter Hawk31Eye offered this take:

"Coco is a good player, don't get me wrong, but so much would have had to go right on that play for him to even have had a chance to throw out DeRosa. There was a chance that Coco would have been able to throw out the runner, but theres probably a better chance that Coco would have won the lottery that day."

The mess in Cleveland may eventually take top honors, but for now, how would you rank five other memorable moments of nature upstaging competition?

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