Anyway: Nine (52 percent) picked the Chicago White Sox; six (35 percent) the Detroit Tigers; two (11 percent) Cleveland Indians; zero (0 percent) the Kansas City Royals.
I'll finish the "series" around the division Monday with Cleveland.
Meanwhile ... the Hall of Fame ballots have been announced. This is the year the Veterans Committee considers managers, executives and umps; players will be next year. So no chance for Tony Oliva or Jim Kaat this time around. The Veterans Committee lists are here.
And this week the BBWAA ballot was released. That list is here.
The new poll concerns only the six players and managers on the ballots with Twins connections. Which, if any, should go in?