Blue Jays 2013: Top Storylines of the Spring so Far

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Blue Jays 2013: Top Storylines of the Spring so Far
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Spring Training is never short of storylines. 

The winter is always too long, and writers, analysts and fans are always ready to explode with the buildup of stories from the offseason.  

New arrivals, position battles and coaching adjustments dominate the sports pages, and the 2013 Toronto Blue Jays have certainly made their share of headlines this offseason. 

In fact, they are the most intriguing team in Major League Baseball. General Manager Alex Anthopoulos shocked every baseball person in North America when he traded for half the Miami Marlins, signed steroid offender Melky Cabrera and added R.A. Dickey. 

The Blue Jays head into 2013 with a new shortstop, a new left fielder, a new second baseman and three new starting pitchers. No other team will be so dramatically different in terms of roster turnover. 

That has made February and March a particularly fun time for Blue Jays fans.

Add in the World Baseball Classic, allowing fans to see their new and old players play meaningful games, and 2013 has been a great start to what will most definitely be an entertaining season. 

Here's a look at the top storylines from Dunedin so far. 

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