The Royals added three pitchers to their roster in Trevor Cahill, Brandon Maurer and Ryan Buchter as they look to make one last run with this group.
While Todd Frazier might be the biggest name moving and he certainly patches a glaring hole, he's not the most important part of the deal as the Yankees also improved their bullpen.
The Dodgers definitely look like the deepest and most complete team in the National League and may have even figured out the formula to getting over their oh so elusive NLCS hump.
The Cubs are still, with good reason, the favorite in the NL Central, but their lineup is far from as intimidating as it was during their ridiculous run last year. Here's what's been different.
The Nationals were primed for a repeat postseason trip, but they didn't do anything about their closer situation or bullpen depth and, while we sort of saw this coming, it's still disheartening.