Robinson Cano of the New York Yankees is quickly entering the discussion for best second basemen in the game today (if you don't think he already is), and the question is being asked if he could become the greatest second basemen ever.
My goal is to see how he compares to the greatest in the game all-time, and see where his career might just end up.
Who are the greatest second basemen ever? They are Rogers Hornsby, Joe Morgan, Nap Lajoie, Eddie Collins, and Rod Carew (click here to see my complete top nine second basemen ever).
I will compare him in certain key statistical categories and other areas, and then provide a projection based on what I think his final stats will be.
Where will Robbie end up in the annals of greatest second basemen ever? Will he crack my top nine mentioned above, will he crack the top five or he will end up as the greatest ever? Let's take a look, starting with awards and honors.