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The Toronto Blue Jays failed to do anything at last year's trade deadline and never made a push at the division title, so they spent the offseason upgrading their roster.
The Jays may have made the steal of the offseason, acquiring Josh Donaldson from the Oakland Athletics for Brett Lawrie, who has struggled recently and always seems to be bothered by injuries.
The team also signed catcher Russell Martin, hoping he can duplicate his performance from last season. While his pitch-framing skills aren't likely to erode, he saw a huge bump in his batting average last year, making him a regression candidate.
The Blue Jays have one of the more powerful lineups in baseball, but it seems like Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion can never seem to stay healthy for an entire season. The Jays were among the top teams in baseball last year until injuries struck and the team completely tanked.
The other issue is the starting rotation, which is young and talented but unproven to say the least. Drew Hutchinson had a strong season and Marcus Stroman showed potential, but R.A. Dickey was largely a disappointment, and the rest of the rotation is questionable at best.
The Jays are getting a lot of hype for what seems like the 10th straight offseason, but it's warranted. If they can keep their two star hitters healthy and see improvement from their starting rotation, Toronto might finally win the division title.
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