Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos has gone through a crisis of confidence in 2013.
After making massive moves to objectively improve his roster during the offseason, everything that could go wrong has gone wrong once the baseball games actually started to be played.
As a GM, you have to be a little confused, frustrated and nervous going into the upcoming offseason.
One of Anthopoulos' prized acquisitions has diminished into something barely passable as a major league starting pitcher. His center fielder has emerged as a productive offensive and defensive weapon directly before being arbitration eligible. And he has a few team options to weigh before getting into free agency and trades during the winter months.
Here's a look at some of the players Anthopoulos will have to make decisions on during the initial stages of baseball's offseason.