Tampa Bay Rays super rookie Wander Franco may have gotten off to a slow start in the show, but his recent play is reminding everyone why he is widely regarded as the best prospect in all of Major League Baseball. On Monday, Franco tripled off of Boston Red Sox starter Chris Sale, and in doing so, extended his on-base streak to 36 games. As far as 20-year-olds go, 36 straight games ties him with Mickey Mantle, and leaves only Frank Robinson (with 43 back in 1956) ahead of him. Not bad company for someone less than 60 games into their MLB career.
Which brings us to today's quiz of the day. Franco may not be leading the league in on-base percentage yet, but by all indications, he'll be at or near the top for many seasons to come. So with that in mind, how many of the MLB leaders in on-base percentage since 1991 can you name in five minutes?