A Look into the Future of Every MLB Team

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A Look into the Future of Every MLB Team

The 2012 MLB season certainly brought a bevy of surprises—both on the bright side and on the gloomy side.

On the bright side of the ledger, the Oakland A's and Baltimore Orioles became relevant. The A's with the second-lowest payroll in baseball, and the O's after 15 losing seasons.

On the gloomy side of things, the Philadelphia Phillies ended their reign of five consecutive NL East Division titles, and both the Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs suffered their worst seasons since 1966.

As the winter months fast come upon us, each general manager must make assessments and decisions to help better shape their rosters for the 2013 season and beyond.

We will take a look at the state of each team's current roster and make an assessment of the four main components of each team—starting pitching, bullpen, infield and outfield.

We will attach a forecast-type ranking for each component—bright, cloudy or gloomy.

Here we go...

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