Aside from the White Sox signing Adam Dunn, the Tigers signing Victor Martinez and the Twins acquiring Tsuyoshi Nishioka from Japan, the AL Central has been pretty quiet this offseason.
Unless, of course, you consider the fact that Miguel Cabrera once again found solace at the bottom of a bottle.
Even that being the case, it doesn't appear to have affected the way he plays, as he is having a great spring training with the Tigers.
None of the five teams have a clear-cut advantage as far as starting pitching goes. Other than a few aces, the AL central is overwhelmed with mediocrity in their teams' starting rotations.
On the hitting side of things, the Tigers, White Sox and Twins are packed with power and pure hitting talent, not to mention countless youngsters who have yet to hit their prime. On the other hand, the Indians and Royals will be spending yet another season in the so-called "rebuilding stage."