Sports Illustrated released its rankings of the 100 best players in the game today and it shows the National League Central should be a two-team race. 

Here are the NL Central players in S.I.'s top 100:

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92. Matt Carpenter, Cardinals
91. Willson Contreras, Cubs
80. Jose Quintana, Cubs
72. Kyle Hendricks, Cubs
70. John Lester, Cubs
53. Yu Darvish, Cubs
51. Tommy Pham, Cardinals
49. Carlos Martinez, Cardinals
45. Marcell Ozuna, Cardinals
39. Christian Yelich, Brewers
37. Lorenzo Cain, Brewers
23. Anthony Rizzo, Cubs
5. Joey Votto, Reds
3. Kris Bryant, Cubs

So, if you're keeping score, the Cubs have seven of the top 100 players, the Cardinals four, Brewers two, Reds one and the Pirates zero.

The American League Central lacks the NL Central star power. Judging by SI, the Indians are the clear favorites with six of the 11 top players.

81. Andrew Miller, Indians
78. Ervin Santana, Twins
76. Edwin Encarnacion, Indians
68. Byron Buxton, Twins
54. Jose Abreau, White Sox
50. Michael Fulmer, Tigers
41. Brian Dozier, Twins
31. Carlos Carrasco, Indians
26. Jose Ramirez, Indians
15. Francisco Lindor, Indians
11. Corey Kluber, Indians