Ranking MLB's Top 7 Candidates for 30-30 Seasons in 2013

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Ranking MLB's Top 7 Candidates for 30-30 Seasons in 2013
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Bryce Harper should reap the benefits of beginning 2013 in the majors.

The 30-30 season—a true testament to the dual-threat athlete and an essential piece to the five-tool player.

Only a handful of stars have the skills to attain the much-sought-after goal of 30 home runs and 30 steals in a single season, and just seven players have reached the plateau in the last five years, two of which have done it twice (Ryan Braun and Ian Kinsler).

We're not yet a month into the season, but certain stars have begun to emerge from the crowd as legitimate 30-30 candidates, while others scrape to get the gears going.

Here are seven players most likely to reach September with an invitation to the 30-30 club in hand.

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