1. Joe Cronin- Joe led the league in HR (80) and was 3rd in strikeouts. He is a force at the plate and very deadly in the field (he was the 2013 Defensive Player of the Year). His regular season record was 17-16, but he still led his team to a title. If he improves his pitching, watch out for an MVP season!
2. John Cronin- John was great in 2013. He led the league in strikeouts (135) and was 2nd in HR (64). He compiled the league's best record (27-16), but lost in the championship. He walked away from the season with a second consecutive MVP award. If he hits more HR this year, we could see a three-peat.
3. Howard Cronin- A fine year again for the two-time reigning Cy Young award winner. He was 2nd in strikeouts (64). He had a tough time finding his power and registered an ok, but not elite, 13 HR. He had a tough time in the playoffs. His top priority for improvement is his HR hitting, he needs to regain his old form if he wants a shot at MVP.
4. Pat Cronin- Pat and Sarah and family started coming only since mid-August. If he would have played 30 games, he would have had 48 HR and 36 Strikeouts (Based off his current averages). That would put him in talks for MVP.
5. Thomas Randolph- Another player with strong statistical averages, but to few games played. Give him a full season and he will deliver MVP-candidate stats.
6. Sarah (Nelson) Cronin- Sarah won the GIANTS Most Improved Player of the Year, so her potential is higher than ever. She put up 42 strikeouts and 4 HR. If she doubles those stats she can push her way into the Cy Young Award.
7. Rose Cronin- She is the ultimate teammate. She had a winning W-L percentage (7-5) and won the championship in 2013. She can keep winning and have a shot at the title this year.
8. Karen Cronin- She is an inconsistently solid player. She was 6-6, with 18 K's and 2 HR. She had some huge games, but was too inconsistent to get any awards. She needs to play at a high level all year for that to happen.
9. Travis McKinley- Went down last year with a knee injury and never came back. With that knee full y rehabbed and at 100%, he should have an all-star season.
10. Tony Thompson- Joe has been talking up a storm about Tony. He didn't play last year. He could be Rookie of the Year if he shows up and plays well.
Honorable Mentions: Sarah (Malone) Cronin- Looking to add on to a championship season.
Andrew Cronin- Can he throw another perfect game?
Mary Beth Redmond and Joe Marier- A powerful duo who are terrific on and off the field.
Joe Hubly- Will he return from Milwaukee?
Leonard and Yvonne Cronin- Always a factor in big games.
Paul Cronin- Can his soccer skills help him on the wiffleball field?