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The Toronto Blue Jays spent a ton of money before the 2013 season, and all it brought them was arguably baseball's most disappointing team.
The Jays finished with a record below .500 despite bringing in a number of expensive, talented players. Toronto was one of the quietest teams in baseball this offseason, and maybe that will change their fortunes.
Toronto's biggest problems in 2013 were their terrible start out of the gate and the number of injuries that decimated the roster. If you take away the first few weeks of the season, the Blue Jays actually played slightly above .500 baseball. Jose Reyes was the biggest injury and the Blue Jays need to find a way to keep him healthy for a full season. He can impact a game in so many ways, especially on the basepaths.
The Blue Jays should be more competitive this year so long as they can avoid key injuries, but there are still major question marks with that starting rotation. It's hard to see them competing late in the season for a playoff berth, much less a division title.
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