I guess it is possible. I would think it highly unlikely. There are two big things in his favor however. At one point he was the gem of the Twins farm system, and after playing well in the 2002 post-season, many thought he would be the Twins right fielder of the future. However, the Twins can be stupid and stubborn when it comes to trusting their young talent (and do things like giving Juan Castro multi-year deals). Cuddyer has yet to play 50 games at a single position in a season. He has never been given the chance to play everyday for even a two week stretch. That isn't to say that was his fault. He has posted better numbers than guys like Luis Rivas, who unlike Cuddyer, has been given every opportunity to succeed.
I think Cuddyer will do well this season now that the Twins have wised up and are giving him the chance to play every day at a set position (though if Rivas continues to struggle and Tiffee proves he's truly ready for the majors, Cuddyer would be shifted to second). If he goes .290/.360/.500 with 20-25 homeruns I'd be thrilled.