Despite all the talent that resides in the AL Central, the division has seen limited production from the second base position.
The group includes perennial All-Star Ian Kinsler, but offensive output significantly declines at the position after the Tigers’ 2013 offseason acquisition. Jason Kipnis and Brian Dozier certainly have the ability to progress into stardom, as does the White Sox spring surprise Micah Johnson. The list is rounded out by aging veteran Omar Infante.
This piece highlights the second basemen who occupy the division and ranks them, from 1-5, in reverse order from most productive to least productive.
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