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

Rank: #BBTN100 Left Fielders

Domonic Brown

Domonic Brown

Philadelphia Phillies
BBTN Rank: 10

Yoenis Cespedes

Yoenis Cespedes

Oakland A's
BBTN Rank: 7

Shin-Soo Choo

Shin-Soo Choo

Texas Rangers
BBTN Rank: 5

Carlos Gonzalez

Carlos Gonzalez

Colorado Rockies
BBTN Rank: 2

Carl Crawford

Carl Crawford

Los Angeles Dodgers
BBTN Rank: 9

Alex Gordon

Alex Gordon

Kansas City Royals
BBTN Rank: 4

Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper

Washington Nationals
BBTN Rank: 1

Matt Holliday

Matt Holliday

St. Louis Cardinals
BBTN Rank: 3

Starling Marte

Starling Marte

Pittsburgh Pirates
BBTN Rank: 8

Justin Upton

Justin Upton

Atlanta Braves
BBTN Rank: 6

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It's official: Robinson Cano and David Wright have made their six choices, and we have the rosters for this year's Home Run Derby. Missing are big-name bashers such as Miguel Cabrera, Jose Bautista, Paul Goldschmidt and others -- but the field is not without its powerhouses. How do you think they stack up? Click the boxes below to make your picks!

Rank: Home Run Derby participants

Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano

Yankees, 20 HR in 2013.

Yoenis Cespedes

Yoenis Cespedes

Athletics, 15 HR in 2013.

Michael Cuddyer

Michael Cuddyer

Rockies, 15 HR in 2013.

Chris Davis

Chris Davis

Orioles, 33 HR in 2013.

Prince Fielder

Prince Fielder

Tigers, 15 HR in 2013.

Carlos Gonzalez

Carlos Gonzalez

Rockies, 24 HR in 2013.

Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper

Nationals, 13 HR in 2013.

David Wright

David Wright

Mets, 13 HR in 2013.

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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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First it was Ndamukong Suh coming up on the outside (or right through the guard and center, as the case may be) to nearly swipe last season's Heisman Trophy. Now we've got Troy Tulowitzki making a late run in the NL MVP race. We don't know if the two things are related, but the Steelers might want to get in touch with Chris Fuamatu Ma'afala, just in case there's something afoot with the 21st letter of the alphabet.

Tulowitzki and the Rockies finally cooled off, sort of, Sunday against the Dodgers. Tulowitzku had only one RBI and struck out three times in a 7-6 loss in 11 innings. Nonetheless, the Rockies are just 1.5 games out in the NL West and Tulowitzki is hitting .371 with 14 home runs this month. But before we get to Tulowitzki's place in the NL MVP race, what is his place in Colorado's MVP race?

jtrms45

Tulowitzki is an absolute beast! If he could just stay healthy over a full season, he could win multiple MVPs. Hopefully, he picks up a Gold Glove and a Silver Slugger Award this year, which he rightly deserves.

-- jtrms45

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