6:01 PM EST, Mon February 27, 2017
Toronto Sun

Blue Jays' GM Ross Atkins played little league with Mike Lowell, A-Rod

Appearing on a MLB Tonight panel at the Winter Meetings on Dec. 7, four-time major-league all-star third baseman Mike Lowell and Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins talked about a team they played on years back.

#HelloJerry! David Wright joins Jerry Blevins to answer your questions!

New York Mets relief pitcher Jerry Blevins kicks off Season 2 of #HelloJerry, with special guest David Wright! Jerry and the Captain answer all your non-baseball questions!

Where DOES the Blue Jays rotation rank?

MLB insider Ben Nicholson-Smith weighs in on Marcus Stroman’s claim that the Blue Jays have the best 5-man rotation in all of baseball.

Stroman: Best rotation in baseball, hands down

Marcus Stroman says he'd argue day in and day out that the Blue Jays have the best rotation in baseball, also says he worked unbelievably hard this offseason on his body and all his pitches.

Sacramento Bee

White Sox go young, rebuild after 4 straight losing seasons

No more quick fixes for the White Sox: The overhaul is underway. The White Sox made their intentions clear with two huge moves at the winter meetings, and they come …

The Republican

Boston Red Sox starting pitching depth 2017: Brian Johnson, Henry Owens, Roenis Elias good enough?

Roenis Elias, who the Red Sox acquired in a trade with Carson Smith for Wade Miley at the Winter Meetings in December 2015, didn't receive much opportunity in 2016.

New York Post

How Yankees decided this was best way to spend last dollars

Hal Steinbrenner did not intend to expand payroll again this offseason after the Yankees secured Aroldis Chapman and Matt Holliday at the Winter Meetings. Money to allocate elsewhere would have to be moved off the payroll by trading Brett Gardner, Chase Headley, Starlin Castro or Michael Pineda. But as free-agent prices began to fall precipitously...

Red Reporter

Young Reds talent not on the prospect lists

Prospect lists are cool and all, but they don’t tell the whole story. This time of year, prospect lists are just about the best thing going in the baseball world. Spring training is still two weeks away, the winter meetings were months ago, and the hot stove is really more like a crock pot set on warm. Nowadays, there are a number of high-quality outlets compiling these prospect lists, too. You got the ol’ battleship, Baseball America, you have one of our cousin blogholes in the SBN network at minorleagueball, you have the kind-of-unpredictable but never-not-interesting Keith Law at...