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The Tampa Bay Rays’ Wander Franco is making baseball history already

The Tampa Bay Rays' Wander Franco is making baseball history already

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In his debut season, Wander Franco is on pace to break records set by baseball greats like Ted Williams and Ken Griffey Jr., DRays Bay reports.

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By the numbers: Among players under 21, Franco’s 30-game streak of getting on base (entering last night’s game) is the fifth-longest in American League/National League history — tied with Mel Ott in 1928-29 — and everyone above him on the list is a Hall of Famer, per MLB.com.

What’s next: Franco now chases Frank Robinson’s 43-game on-base stretch set in 1956.

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