The 2013 Toronto Blue Jays have kept everyone on their toes.
It's become more and more difficult to decide whether on not this team is talented but under-performing or simply not as good as everyone thought.
As a result, it's quite difficult to decide what to expect of the 2013 Jays.
After general manager Alex Anthopoulos traded for Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson, Mark Buehrle, Emilio Bonifacio and John Buck from the Miami Marlins, the Jays were expected to contend.
Then Anthopoulos added reigning National League Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey and all of a sudden the team was expected to win the American League East.
Then the actual baseball games began. Jose Reyes went down with an ankle injury, Dickey struggled out of the gate and the Jays were again "that other team" in the AL East.
However, an 11-game win streak in June changed all that, and after the Jays scratched and clawed their way back to .500, the playoffs seem like an unlikely but possible scenario for Toronto.
With expectations changing on a daily basis, here's a glance at what to look for in the second half of 2013.