The Oakland Athletics bolstered their bullpen with the addition of Tyler Clippard this offseason, and figure to be in contention yet again in 2015.
The San Francisco Giants flaunt one of the strongest bullpens in baseball, headlined by underrated closer Santiago Casilla.
The Kansas City Royals' magical 2014 postseason run ended in disappointment, but they could be on the verge of a continued resurgence.
The Houston Astros are much improved, but need to continue to bolster their 25-man roster in order to improve their chances of contending in 2015.
The Tampa Bay Rays remain on the cusp of contention despite a minor offseason overhaul that included the departure of super utility-man Ben Zobrist.
The Cincinnati Reds have dreams of contending for the NL Central title in 2015, but might be better suited to stock up on prospects for the future.
The Miami Marlins are on the cusp of contention, but can improve their 2015 playoff chances by making a few additional moves before the season starts.
The Colorado Rockies don't figure to contend for a postseason berth this season, which means they'd be best suited to bulk up on prospects.
The San Diego Padres have greatly improved their offense this offseason, but they must bolster their 25-man roster if they're going to legitimately contend in 2015.
The 2015 MLB season is coming, which means it's time to take a look at which teams project as the best offensive powerhouses around the league.