Baseball, like any sport, has its dynasties. The Alous, the Boones, the Alomars and the Hairstons are as big a part of the game as anything else.
Just like fathers and sons can play catch together, sons can take after their fathers and become baseball stars, or at least, see the field for a few years. Some can even surpass their fathers and become Hall of Famers.
Here are 50 of the greatest second-generation players of all time, with some current players put in as well. To make the cut, the son has to play in MLB, and the father has to have had a role in MLB as well.