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SBN Reacts: Fans choose MLB’s best legacy player

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Some families are baseball legacies.

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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts (formerly known as SB Nation Fanpulse), a survey of fans across MLB. Each week, we send 30 polls to plugged in fans from each team. Royals fans, sign up HERE to join SBN Reacts.

The only things that kept me from turning my Little League success into MLB stardom was the fact that my dad never played Major League Baseball. Well, that and my lack of velocity or hitting ability. But there is no doubt that being the son of a former big leaguer can be a big leg up to a pro career. Ken Griffey, Jr., Barry Bonds, and the Alomar brothers all benefited from the wisdom of their father, as well as learning how to play the game around Major League players.

These days, you can find sons of Major Leaguers all over baseball. We asked fans who is the best MLB legacy player in baseball?

We also asked fans about what they thought of some of the early season stats. Which player feat is the most ridiculous three weeks into the season?

Finally, we have seen the Cardinals and Marlins forced to postpone several series due to positive COVID-19 tests. Fortunately, the Royals have not had to miss a series, but many SBN Reacts respondents thinks many teams will be forced to miss a series this year.

Remember, you can sign up to participate in SBN Reacts surveys at this link! Surveys will go out each week and only take a few minutes to complete. Check back next week for more SBN Reacts results!