The Seattle Mariners and Minnesota Twins will open their MLB season this weekend, both hoping that upgrades from major free-agent and trade moves will payoff big in their 2022 campaigns.

The debut of the revamped rosters was pushed back from Thursday, with opening day moved because of the forecast of rain and snow forcasted in Minneapolis.

Seattle, which finished second in the American League West with a 90-72 record and was just two games out of a wild-card berth, dropped one of the first free-agent bombs, signing reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Robbie Ray away from the Toronto Blue Jays to a five-year, $115 million contract.