Wondolowski Will Top the MLS Scoring Charts Again in 2013

As we prepare for MLS to open its 18th season, it's always fun to guess who's going to do what in the new year.

Who's going to win the MLS Cup? The Supporter's Shield? MVP?

The reigning MVP, Chris Wondolowski, set a league record with 27 goals in 2012. Of San Jose's 72 tallies, Wondolowski accounted for 37.5 percent of them. If you include his seven assists, he was responsible for 47.2 percent of the Earthquakes' offense.

Will Wondolowski come back and break his own record in 2013? No, I don't think he will. Will he be atop the league's top scorer again? That depends.

Whether or not Wondolowski tops the scoring charts again will depend on how much time he misses for national team duty. As it currently stands, I have him missing three games. I can see him missing home matches against Seattle (Mar. 23) and Vancouver (Sept. 14) and a road match against Colorado (June 15).

This, obviously, assumes a couple things. One, that Wondolowski...

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