What a week to be a Blue Jays fan.
With one trade and one signing, the shackles of "payroll parameters" disappeared and work began on the statue of Alex Anthopoulos outside Rogers Centre in downtown Toronto.
And if you listened closely amongst the excitement in Toronto, you could hear the city of Miami explode.
The trade, which has yet to be officially finalized—commissioner Bud Selig is reviewing the trade, but according Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, he has yet to find a legitimate reason to reject it—has totally changed the landscape of the American League.
The Jays have a four-headed monster with their starting rotation, two 40-home run hitters, and just signed one of the best free agent outfielders available.
So, can you really blame Jays fans for celebrating their young General Manager?
And while the praise for Anthopoulos has certainly been warranted—at the very least, he's shown that he wants to win—there are reasons to believe he isn't done improving his roster.
Here's a look at a few moves that would solidify the Jays as the AL front-runner.