MLB Predictions: 10 Aging Stars Who Will Have Huge Seasons

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MLB Predictions: 10 Aging Stars Who Will Have Huge Seasons
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Vladimir Guerrero hit .300 last year with 29 home runs and 115 RBI. He made the All-Star team, and for the first few months of the season, he looked like an MVP candidate. At 35 years old, coming off one of the worst seasons of his career and plagued by injuries, few could have predicted such a comeback season from Vlad.

Still, would should have more seriously considered the possibility of a great season. Good players are good for a reason. And while age may diminish a players ability to produce, the talent is still there.

We all know Joey Votto, Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton will probably have pretty big seasons next year, and we can probably guess the same of Jon Lester, Josh Johnson and Tim Lincecum. But what about the leagues older stars? How will they handle their advanced age? Can they put up huge numbers in 2011?

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