I lost in 7 games to the Dodgers. I do like my team, though, so the off-season was me bringing back nearly everyone (including Robbie Ray, who I originally envisioned as a rental only). I did make 2 changes to the team.
First, Ben Zobrist had declined and would have been OK, but I wanted to add a little more speed to the line-up. I was able to get Dee Gordon to replace him for a season.
The bigger move was at short-stop. Tim Anderson is fine, but hadn't really grown. So I packaged him and my best RF prospect (mid 70s, A potential) to Colorado and brought in Trevor Story. It's a bit of a risk, since Story is a free agent at the end of the season and will need a HUGE deal. Still, he's an upgrade in every way from Anderson and adds more pop to a line-up that (outside of Daniel Palka) was more of a high-average team. I also added Yadier Molina as my back-up catcher. He was still decent, and James McCann needed a real contract so I couldn't keep him.
OH - I almost forgot. My closer (Alex Colome) was a free agent, and another team gave him a great contract that I didn't want to match, so I sent Danny Salazer (who had struggled and didn't start in the playoffs for me) to Texas for Jose Leclerc.
So my starting line-up going into 2021 is this...
C - Wellington Castillo
1B - Jose Abreu
2B - Dee Gordon
SS - Trevor Story
3B - Yoan Moncada
LF - Eloy Jimenez
CF - Bradley Zimmer
RF - Marcell Ozuna
Bench - Travis Jankowski, Leury Garcia, Yadier Molina, Eric Thames
Starting Pitchers - Gerrit Cole, Robbie Ray, Carlos Rodon, Reynaldo Lopez, Michael Kopech
Relief Pitchers - Jose Leclerc, Jeremy Jeffries, Juan Minaya, Alex Bummer, Jace Fry, Kelvin Herrera, guy I drafted who I can remember the name of for long relief