It's only been about two months since Koji Uehara recorded the final out of the 2013 season at Fenway Park, giving the Boston Red Sox their third World Series title in 10 seasons. But that means that spring training is around the corner, with pitchers and catchers set to report to Arizona and Florida in about six weeks.
The landscape of the league has changed drastically with an offseason that's featured a spending spree that's on pace to surpass $2 billion, according to Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports. More big bucks are certainly in store for the remaining crop of free agents, which includes pitchers like recently posted Japanese ace Masahiro Tanaka, Matt Garza, Ubaldo Jimenez and Ervin Santana.
Trades have also reshaped MLB, with deals like Prince Fielder going to the Texas Rangers, Jim Johnson going to the Oakland A's and Doug Fister going to the Washington Nationals highlighting the offseason action. There's still plenty of work to be done between now and Opening Day, but here's an updated look at each team's World Series odds entering 2014.