In approximately a month, pitchers and catchers will start reporting to spring training in Arizona and Florida, and it will be time for another baseball season to get underway. The 2014 campaign will be an improved year for some of these teams, even though they might not have had the best of times in 2013.
Obviously, there have been some rather large transactions taking place this winter. Free agents have been signed and trades have been made. They all had the potential to alter the landscape for next season, and I want to highlight five teams for have set themselves up for the biggest improvement in 2014.
As a quick note, some of these teams might not have done that badly last year, but their offseason moves have made them that much better for the upcoming season, so I am talking about their degree of improvement rather than where they started from.