2014 Season Previews: Individual capsules for all 30 MLB teams
How will your team do in the 2014 regular season? SI.com's MLB experts are here to tell you. Check out our individual previews to find out whether your team is a title contender or on the outside looking in this season. Plus, get scout takes on which players are the most underrated and overrated on each roster, as well as stats, figures and players to know for the upcoming year. Below, you can find all 30 teams, ranked from first to 30th.
No. 1: Los Angeles Dodgers -- The game's biggest payroll has created the league's best team.
No. 3: St. Louis Cardinals -- The NL champs boast arguably the best and deepest roster in baseball.
No. 5: Oakland Athletics -- The A's remain the team to beat in the AL West.
No. 6: Boston Red Sox -- Can the defending world champs make it back-to-back titles?
No. 9: Cincinnati Reds -- Cincinnati should push for the NL Central title and playoff contention.
No. 13: San Diego Padres -- San Diego's young core should move them up in the NL West.
No. 19: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim -- The best player in baseball tries to bring L.A. back into contention.
No. 20: Baltimore Orioles -- A tough AL East could prove too much for Baltimore to handle.
No. 24: Toronto Blue Jays -- Durability issues and a lack of rotation depth could sink the Jays.
No. 25: Philadelphia Phillies -- Age and injury concerns will make for a long year in Philadelphia.
No. 27: Miami Marlins -- Youth is the name of the game for a Miami team short on experience.
No. 28: Chicago Cubs -- There's a bright future on the North Side, but 2014 doesn't look good.Houston Astros -- Baseball's worst team is taking steps toward a better tomorrow.