#13 Toronto Blue Jays
2016 Run Differential: +93
Best Offseason Move: Signing Steve Pearce
Worst Offseason Move: Letting Edwin Encarnacion Depart
Speaking of Toronto, the Blue Jays will try to adjust to life without Edwin Encarnacion this season.
The slugger mashed 239 home runs and 202 doubles while driving in 679 runs in 999 games for Toronto over the past eight seasons.
He’s now plying his trade in Cleveland, and will leave big shoes to fill north of the border.
The Blue Jays brought in Kendrys Morales in free agency, and will depend on the veteran to help replace Encarnacion.
Morales, who crushed 30 home runs for the Royals last season, will hit in a lineup that will also include Josh Donaldson, Jose Bautista, Troy Tulowitzki, Devon Travis and Russell Martin.
Toronto certainly has the fire power, but it may need to address the left field situation at some point.
Former Detroit Tigers center fielder Ezequiel Carrera is one of the leading options at the position, and he hit .248 with a 85 wRC+ and a 0.7 WAR last season.
On the pitching side of things, the Jays return Aaron Sanchez, Marcus Stroman, J.A. Happ and Marco Estrada.
Combine those four with closer Roberto Osuna and a potent offense, and the Toronto Blue Jays look set to return to the playoffs once again.