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How do the top right 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 right fielders? Simply click on the images of the top 10 below to submit your ballot.

Rank: #BBTN100 Top Right Fielders

Jose Bautista

Jose Bautista

Toronto Blue Jays
BBTN Rank: 4

Carlos Beltran

Carlos Beltran

New York Yankees
BBTN Rank: 8

Ryan Braun

Ryan Braun

Milwaukee Brewers
BBTN Rank: 1

Jay Bruce

Jay Bruce

Cincinnati Reds
BBTN Rank: 7

Jason Heyward

Jason Heyward

Atlanta Braves
BBTN Rank: 5

Wil Myers

Wil Myers

Tampa Bay Rays
BBTN Rank: 6

Hunter Pence

Hunter Pence

San Francisco Giants
BBTN Rank: 10

Yasiel Puig

Yasiel Puig

Los Angeles Dodgers
BBTN Rank: 3

Giancarlo Stanton

Giancarlo Stanton

Miami Marlins
BBTN Rank: 2

Jayson Werth

Jayson Werth

Washington Nationals
BBTN Rank: 9

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Captain Robinson Cano unveiled his choices for the American League's Home Run Derby team. Are they better than Matt Kemp's National League choices?

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There may be plenty of shopping days left until Christmas (163 if you're counting), but time is running out for baseball teams hoping to find that special something for the pennant race. The end of the month brings the non-waiver trade deadline and the opportunity for general managers to make the kind of mark Phillies GM Ruben Amaro Jr. did last summer in trading for Cliff Lee -- or, you know, the kind of impression the Cubs made in trading Lou Brock for Ernie Broglio in 1964.

Perhaps hoping lightning strikes twice, the Rangers made a big splash by landing Lee before the All-Star break, while the Braves used the pause to trade for slugging shortstop Alex Gonzalez. But could a player like Prince Fielder or Roy Oswalt tilt the scales enough in favor of another team willing to make a move?

Kevin Larson (Oak Lawn)

What kind of players are available for Kenny Williams to grab before the trade deadline? What about Adam Dunn coming to Chicago?

ESPN Chicago's Bruce Levine
Bruce Levine

I have talked about Dunn for a month. the problem is his defense is poor and his baserunning is plodding. That's not exaclty Ozzie Ball type material. The part that Kenny Williams likes is the home run power from the left side. The Sox have lacked offensive balance all season long. When Quentin hits the team seems to score. Full transcript

Brandon (Springfield)

Should the Braves make a move for Corey Hart? Do you believe he is having a fluke season so far?

Rob Neyer
Rob Neyer

A little bit, maybe. But I think last season was the bigger fluke. Hart's a legitimate power hitter and could help a lot of clubs. Full transcript

J.B. (Dunmore, PA)

Can you see either Matt Kemp or Josh Willingham going to the Braves for the stretch run?

Jayson Stark
Jayson Stark

I don't. I keep hearing that the Nationals are telling teams interested in Willingham that they prefer to move Adam Dunn if they move either of them. And it's very unlikely Matt Kemp gets traded. If he does, he'll be very expensive. Also, the Braves can't add much payroll. Full transcript

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