Good luck separating these two lineups. Go around the diamond position by position, and any edge one team gets is almost immediately cancelled by the next spot. There's nothing between the infields, from MVP-caliber third basemen in Manny Machado and Josh Donaldson to slugging first basemen Chris Davis and Edwin Encarnacion. Even at second base, Jonathan Schoop and Devon Travis represent two of the best young infielders in the league. Give an advantage, offensively, at shortstop to Toronto's Troy Tulowitzki over J.J. Hardy, but that's overcome for the Orioles by the outfielders. Hyun Soo Kim, Adam Jones, and whichever of Michael Bourn or Mark Trumbo plays right field are bigger threats at the plate than a Blue Jays outfield led by Jose Bautista and Michael Saunders. Either way, you're splitting hairs. Both teams crush the ball, the Orioles slightly more so.