Opening day of the Major League Baseball season is Monday, and the baseball 'experts' are busy with their predictions for 2013.

Sports Illustrated is offering up a rather bleak outlook for the Minnesota Twins:

A last place finish in the American League Central - 34 games behind the Detroit Tigers.

 

Only two pitchers with double digits in wins (Kevin Correia and Scott Diamond - 11 each).

 

Only one player with more than 21 home runs (Josh Willingham - 30).

 

A projected 60-102 record.

Those 102 losses would match the Twins record for a season, which has happened only once before, in 1982.

So what do you think about this year's team?