For years now, the AL East has been the most competitive and toughest division in Major League Baseball.
The Orioles haven't been very good, but the Blue Jays have remained competitive recently.
Last season, their 81-81 record would have been enough to make them the second best team in some divisions.
In the AL East, however, they finished fourth.
One of the big moves the team is looking to make this offseason is acquiring Japanese pitching sensation Yu Darvish in the current bidding war.
There is some speculation that the current offer exceeds over $50 million, which is really only to speak to Darvish to negotiate.
If they win the bidding, it would likely cost well over $100 million to bring him in.
If Toronto can land the stud pitcher, and Darvish turns out to be the player everyone believes he is, then the Blue Jays could become legitimate threats in the AL East.
They surely won't be the favorite, but it will make them a bigger threat.
The Blue Jays were one of the better teams at bat last season. They finished sixth in the league in runs earned.
Their primary struggles have come in the pitching department.
Aside from Ricky Romero, the team has struggled. Add in Darvish and they could give teams some problems.