2013 Toronto Blue Jays vs. 1993 Toronto Blue Jays

How does the rebuilt 2013 Toronto Blue Jays roster stack up with the 1993 version that won the club its last World Series title? Compare for yourself with this interactive graphic.

Compare rosters position by position

Jose Bautista, left, is the 2013 Jays' most feared outfield slugger, while Joe Carter led the 1993 club with 33 homers. (Getty Images)

With the Toronto Blue Jays' overhauled roster getting set to hit the diamond for the start of the regular season next week, many fans are dreaming of a return to the post-season and perhaps even a World Series championship for the first time since the team won its second consecutive title in 1993.

But how do the 2013 Jays stack up to their 1993 counterparts?

Is Jose Bautista a better outfield slugger than Joe Carter? R.A. Dickey a superior Opening Day starting pitcher to Jack Morris? Adam Lind a more reliable first baseman than John Olerud? (OK, some matchups are easier to call than others).

Judge for yourself by comparing the 2013 and 1993 Blue Jays, position by position, with this interactive graphic from The Canadian Press: