If change is always good, a quick glance up and down the Toronto Blue Jays' current roster is a beautiful thing.
After 2012's injury-hampered season, the Jays have plenty of new faces in the starting rotation, in the lineup and in the bullpen, making the 2013 roster a very different list compared to last year's.
Adding three new starters, a new middle infield, a new left fielder, a renovated bullpen and around $50 million in salary will do that.
The Jays even have a new manager.
But when the team hasn't made the playoffs in 20 years, change has got to be good.
With spring training underway, the battles for roster spots have already begun, with the usual mix of locks and spots up for grabs. While it would be easier to predict the Jays 25-man roster closer to April, it's easy to see where the competitions will take place during February and March.
Here's a look at how the roster will shake out come Opening Day.