Despite the year the Jays had, Anthopoulos won't rule out any changes to the Blue Jays.
Anthopoulos is without a contract at the end of the month, and wouldn't discuss his status with the club.
But, he has a number of players who currently do not have contracts with the club for next season.
Noteable players like David Price and Marco Estrada are on that list, adding that the Jays are interested in keeping both players.
Manager John Gibbons was also a talking point this season.
Gibbons was under pressure in the beginning of the year when the Jays were off to a rough start.
But, despite the rough patch, Anthopoulos says Gibbons had an incredible year.
The city and the nation got behind the Blue Jays this year, and stuck with them through the end when they went out of the M-L-B playoffs after losing Game 6 of the A-L-C-S to the Kansas City Royals.
Anthopoulos says the support the Jays got this year was incredible.
Futhermore, Toronto mayor John Tory has also declared that Tuesday, Oct. 27 will be Blue Jays appreciation day.
The Toronto Blue Jays won the American League East Division title this season, and clinched its first playoff apperance since 1993.