Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across MLB. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged-in New York Mets fans, and fans across the country . A winning team always brings fans out to the game. Something plenty of fans did over the last week to celebrate Father Day. For a handful of players, the day likely means a little something extra as they compete at the same level as their dad. There are a number of second-generation MLB players in the league right now, but some have already emerged as stars. While not on the field together, there are some families that make a dominating pair. Fans around the country believe Toronto Blue Jays star Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and his Hall of Fame father Vlad Guerrero Sr. are the best father-son duo with one player currently active, taking 79 percent of the vote. Fernando Tatis Jr. and his dad finished in a distant second with 12 percent. Despite being in only his third season, Tatis Jr. has undoubtedly stepped out of his father shadow and stands as a star in his own right. 81 percent of MLB fans believe the San Diego Padres shortstop will have a better career than his dad. Just over a quarter of fans believe Guerrero Jr . will be better than his dad, with slightly under a quarter believing the same about his teammate Bo Bichette .