The Toronto Blue Jays are well on their way to a successful 2013 campaign.
At least, that's what the unbiased Vegas ratings are saying, honoring the Blue Jays as 8-1 favorites to bring the World Series back north of the border.
General Manager Alex Anthopoulos has been pressured for years to make a significant move to bolster the team's chances.
With the acquisition of Colby Rasmus, and the emergence of Brett Lawrie, Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista, it seemed to be a good first step.
This offseason, Jays nation has had more than enough to talk about, and a playoff buzz has been circulating in the city.
Yet with the triumph of being obvious trade winners this winter, the Blue Jays are not guaranteed a championship, and may not even be guaranteed a playoff spot.
Their chances might be better than they have been in recent memory, but there are still a few questions to be asked, and a few potential weaknesses to adhere to.