There's no shortage of ways to determine who the face of a franchise is in baseball.
For some, the face of a franchise is simply the best player on the team, the guy who consistently puts up the most impressive individual numbers on a yearly basis. Others may look to the player that's most quotable, the guy who stands in front of the cameras and answers the questions his teammates avoid.
Heck, there are some who define a player as being the face of a franchse based on how active they are on social media. It's a highly subjective thing, and there really isn't a right—or wrong—answer.
But for our purposes, we'll try and encompass all of these things—along with a player's charitable work off the field—to determine which player best represents the jersey that he wears.
*Unless otherwise noted, all statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com