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2010 Twins Predictions Day - April 2nd

JUPITER, FL - MARCH 29:  Pitcher Kevin Slowey #59 of the Minnesota Twins throws against the St. Louis Cardinals at Roger Dean Stadium on March 29, 2010 in Jupiter, Florida.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
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Josh JohnsonCorrespondent IOctober 16, 2016

I e-mailed this to a lot of Twins bloggers. If you didn't get it, there's a good chance it's due to my incredibly horrid internet connection (which made me re-send it about eight times) instead of me just forgetting about you. I sent it to nearly every e-mail address that I could find from the Twins blogs on my sidebar as well as others, so don't feel bad if you didn't get it because there's a good chance that you're not alone.

Last year, Seth Stohs posted a series of predictions at BaseballDigest.com on both the Twins and the rest of Major League Baseball. At the end of the season, I thought it was really interesting to look back on them and see how right (and wrong) we were. So with that in mind, I wanted to post this in case you'd be interested in taking part in some predictions for the 2010 season.

Much like Andrew Kneeland's "Nick Punto Day," post your predictions for the 2010 season on Friday, April 2. I apologize for the short notice (I sent out the e-mail last week), but if you're looking for something to post, this could be it!

Here are some example questions:

Twins-Specific Predictions
- Twins MVP:
- Twins Top Pitcher:
- Twins Best Rookie:
- Twins Most Improved Player:
- Bold Predictions (think of several if you'd like)
- A.L. Central Prediction (Standings):
- Three Keys to Success for the Twins:

Rest of the League Predictions
- A.L. MVP:
- N.L. MVP:
- A.L. Cy Young:
- N.L. Cy Young:
- A.L. Rookie of the Year:
- N.L. Rookie of the Year:
- A.L. Breakout Player of the Year:
- N.L. Breakout Player of the Year:
- A.L. Comeback Player of the Year:
- N.L. Comeback Player of the Year:
- A.L. Playoff Predictions:
- N.L. Playoff Predictions:
- World Series Prediction:

How you choose to post it is really up to you. Do what you want with it. If you want to post just the predictions, that's fine. If you want to write a paragraph along with each prediction, that's fine too. As long as you have fun and enjoy it, that's all I'm asking.

Go Twins!

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