02/02/2015 10:22 EST | Updated 04/04/2015 05:59 EDT

Blue Jays: What's their biggest concern?

With the NFL season officially complete after Super Bowl XLIX, many are quickly turning to the upcoming baseball campaign with spring training mere weeks away.

Naturally, the focus north of the border will be on the Toronto Blue Jays. Last season, the Jays got off to a quick start and stayed in playoff contention throughout the summer and into early September.

To help out the team in the off-season, general manager Alex Anthopoulos made some impactful moves by signing Canadian catcher Russell Martin to a five-year, $82-million US deal.

He then went out and traded Canadian infielder Brett Lawrie, plus three minor-league prospects for A's all-star third baseman Josh Donaldson.

Anthopoulos hopes the moves he’s made will boost the team’s chances of making the playoffs for the first time since 1993 — the longest post-season drought of any MLB franchise.

But the Jays still have some questions as the team heads to spring training later this month.