It's a fun time to be a Toronto Blue Jays fan.
For the first time in over a decade, the franchise seems to be willing to take some chances, spend some money, and compete with the blue-chippers of the American League. Within the span of a few weeks, GM Alex Anthopoulos has satisfied their need at starting pitcher, left-field, and shored up their bullpen.
And all of a sudden, they're the most talked-about team in MLB.
That's what making a historic 12-player, superstar trade will do for a franchise. After owning the Twitter-sphere by making that massive deal with the Marlins, the Jays have dominated headlines, signing Melky Cabrera, and then adding John Gibbons as a sub-plot to the John Farrell saga.
Adding Josh Johnson, Mark Buehrle and Jose Reyes significantly increased the superstar quotient of the Blue Jays roster. Those three players combined with Jose Bautista, Edwin Encarnacion and Brandon Morrow make writing an article about the Jays' superstars a much longer read.
Here are some predictions for how the Jays superstars, new and old, will perform in 2013.