Andy Pettitte rejoins CC Sabathia on a staff with additions Hiroki Kuroda and Michael Pineda. Derek Jeter and A-Rod keep aging, but the lineup remains potent.
The Albert Pujols signing adds pressure to win immediately, and this rotation could do it with Jered Weaver, C.J. Wilson, Dan Haren and Ervin Santana.
Two-time defending AL champs lost C.J. Wilson but signed Yu Darvish and Joe Nathan. Cuban center fielder Leonys Martin, another potential star, is at Class AAA.
With Victor Martinez out for the year, they signed Prince Fielder in an offseason stunner. They are stacked but far from perfect defensively.
Carlos Pena is back, and the Rays also added Luke Scott, Fernando Rodney and Jose Molina to an already talented roster.
After last year's epic collapse, they made big changes this offseason -- at GM and manager, too -- but left questions at shortstop and right field and in the rotation.
Brett Lawrie and Jose Bautista are scary good. The whole team could be, too, if Brandon Morrow, Brett Cecil and Kyle Drabek reach potential on the mound.
They went 15-10 in September with five rookies in their lineup. If their starting pitching makes quick strides, they could contend this year.
Led the AL in losses last year, with 99. Better health could produce a turnaround, but no team has made the playoffs after losing 99 the previous year.
Another strange winter. Sergio Santos and Carlos Quentin trades signaled a rebuilding, but then they signed John Danks to a $65 million extension.
A surprise team through May last year, and while they'll miss his potential, Fausto Carmona -- er, Roberto Hernandez -- was 7-15 with a 5.25 ERA.
Team could contend in 2013 if Jesus Montero, Dustin Ackley, Justin Smoak, Mike Carp, Danny Hultzen and James Paxton develop as planned.
Owner Peter Angelos changed GMs again, from Andy MacPhail to Dan Duquette, and once again, manager Buck Showalter's team has no prayer in the AL East.
Went 35-35 after All-Star break, then held another fire sale. Gone are Trevor Cahill, Gio Gonzalez, Andrew Bailey, Josh Willingham and David DeJesus.
|NY Mets||9||Bottom 9th Inning|
|Toronto||2||Bottom 10th Inning|
|Los Angeles||0||Top 2nd Inning|
|San Francisco||3:05 PM|
|Oakland||3||Bottom 1st Inning|
|Seattle||0||Bottom 1st Inning|
|Texas||0||Top 1st Inning|
|Cleveland||0||Top 1st Inning|
|San Antonio||7:00 PM|
|New Jersey||6:00 PM|
|NY Rangers||6:00 PM|
|NC A&T||11||1st Half 13:31|
|Mount St Marys||6:00 PM|
|Delaware State||8:00 PM|
|Miss Valley St||8:00 PM|
|IUPU-Ft Wayne||8:00 PM|
|North Dakota St|
|TX-San Antonio||9:30 PM|
|Utah State||47||2nd Half 12:20|
|BYU||8||1st Half 14:49|
|Alabama A&M||5:30 PM|
|Fla Gulf Coast|
|East Tenn St||6:00 PM|
|Kennesaw St||6:00 PM|
|Louisiana Tech||6:00 PM|
|St Johns||8:00 PM|
|UC Santa Barbara||8:00 PM|
|TX-San Antonio||8:30 PM|
|Cal State Fullerton||10:30 PM|
|Long Beach St|
|San Diego State||10:30 PM|