Buzz Poll: Who’s the most-collectable player on the always-winning Cleveland Indians?

The Cleveland Indians’ historic winning streak is up to 19 games and the defending American League champs have shown themselves to be overwhelming their competition.

Per ESPN, it’s the fourth-longest win streak since 1900 and they’ve hit more home runs than runs allowed, outscoring their competition by more than 100 runs.

But who on the team is making waves from a collecting standpoint?

We’ll let you pick three players from the list below to help simplify things in case you simply can’t pick just one … I can’t.

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Whose spring training numbers impress you so far this season?


There are two ways to look at spring training stats — they can offer glimpses of reality to come or they can provide false hope.

2016-topps-heritage-francoWe’re a good ways into this year’s slate of spring games and the MLB stat sheet so far shows some hobby-friendly names among the leaders in home runs.

As of today, Maikel Franco and Steven Moya are tops in homers with four apiece — both good signs as they are young players with star potential who have plenty of cardboard for collectors to chase.

Other established guys like Colorado’s Nolan Arenado (.556 average; 10-for-18) have impressive starts as well. Philadelphia’s Darin Ruf might get some attention as well, though he’s not exactly popular compared to back when he arrived. (Is he a potential bargain to stash? We’ll see.)
Sort the stat sheet a different way, and you’ll see Atlanta’s Hector Olivera with 13 hits and a .433 average, while Detroit’s Ian Kinsler has 12 RBI in eight games.

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