Key additions: The biggest move the Blue Jays made this offseason was to keep their own star, Jose Bautista, on a one-year deal. Bautista wasn't the typical monster at the plate that he was in years past, but he's still a major part of the team's identity on and off the field. Replacing his former running buddy, Edwin Encarnacion, will be a combination of Kendrys Morales and Steve Pearce. Morales was signed to a way-above-market three-year deal early in the winter, compared with what the rest of the sluggers signed for. Pearce got a two-year deal, and if he's anywhere near as productive as he was when healthy in 2016, it's a good signing.