The Detroit Tigers improved their roster immensely through the winter, but they won't find it easy to surpass the defending World Series champs in 2016.
The American League might not have the pitching of the National League, but the AL more than makes up for it with some of these powerhouse offenses.
While it wasn't a bad signing per se, the Toronto Blue Jays need to have realistic expectations for J.A. Happ, and they may have been wiser to aim a little higher in this year's free agent market.
Did the Toronto Blue Jays do enough this offseason to build a World Series contender? Let's find out.
Here's a look at five players the Toronto Blue Jays need to stay healthy in 2016 if they're going to return to the ALCS.
Marcus Stroman has the makings of an ace. The Toronto Blue Jays will need him to be one if they want to defend their AL East title and make another run at the World Series.
Last season, Yoenis Cespedes completely changed the Mets in a matter of months. Here are the five most likely teams to land him this offseason.
It's hard to find a good leadoff man like Dexter Fowler. These five teams know that and are the most likely to land him this winter.
Dexter Fowler would be a perfect fit for the Toronto Blue Jays now that Ben Revere has been traded.
The Toronto Blue Jays shored up the back end of their bullpen by acquiring Drew Storen from the Washington Nationals in exchange for Ben Revere.