Found February 21, 2013 on Burning River Baseball:
We here at BurningRiverBaseball are working on our predictions for this year and we'd like to hear what you think. In addition to our three staff writers, we want to know who the average reader thinks will be the team MVP, best pitcher and so on. To do this, we will hold polls (located on the right side of the main page) from now until the end of Spring Training. Each poll will last for a few days so keep checking back to see when the next one pops up. The categories are for Most Improved Player (2012 winner Shin-Soo Choo), Rookie of the Year (Zach McAllister), Best Reliever (Vinnie Pestano), Most Outstanding Defender (Michael Brantley), Most Outstanding Hitter (Choo), Best Overall Pitcher (Pestano) and Best Overall Player (Jason Kipnis). The winners from 2012 are listed to give you an idea of how things worked out last season. You can vote once each day and check back at the end of Spring Training to see everyone's predictions.

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