9:12 AM EST, Sun January 22, 2017

Is Johan Santana worthy of the Hall of Fame?

On SNY's Mets Hot Stove, Steve Gelbs, Todd Zeile, and Nelson Figueroa look back on former New York Mets pitcher Johan Santana's career, and his chances of ever being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

A-Rod gets a TV show!

On SNY's Baseball Night in New York, the panel discusses the new TV show on CNBC starring Alex Rodriguez, which is aimed at helping ex-professional athletes manage their money.

The Republican

Boston Red Sox's Josh Rutledge learned via social media while in Cancun about return to Boston in Rule 5 Draft

The Boston Red Sox reacquired Josh Rutledge back from Colorado on Dec. 8 when they selected him in the Rule 5 Draft on the final day of the Winter Meetings.

Wally Backman calls out New York Mets GM Sandy Alderson

The panel on SNY's Baseball Night in New York looks into Wally Backman's recent negative comments about New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson.

Atlanta Braves with David O'Brien | Atlanta Journal-Constitution

4 teams in 4 weeks: Ex-Brave Jenkins’ winter whirlwind

There hasn’t been much action involving the Braves in four weeks since the Winter Meetings, but that certainly isn’t the case for one of their former pitching prospects, Tyrell Jenkins. When Jenkins was claimed by the ...

Los Angeles Times

Angels conclude winter meetings without making a move

From Game 162 until the morning pitchers and catchers must report to Tempe Diablo Stadium for spring training in early February, the Angels’ off-season will span more than four months. Most of those days will be filled with inaction.  But the ethos of the annual winter meetings runs counter to...

Los Angeles Times

Angels have plenty of rotation options for 2017

Naming them all took more than a minute. Twelve men have some chance to open 2016 in the Angels’ starting rotation, and Billy Eppler methodically went through them Tuesday evening in his Winter Meetings hotel room at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. It is essentially eight pitchers...

Los Angeles Times

Angels' Billy Eppler hopes for better team health next season, and some pitching depth

The Angels are operating at MLB’s winter meetings as if they are a pinch and a pluck away from being a contender next season. Second-year General Manager Billy Eppler has said nothing that would indicate otherwise. “Health,” Eppler said when asked Monday about the factors that will control the...

Los Angeles Times

Angels look to make tweaks at MLB winter meetings

The Angels lost 88 times this year and have committed only about $15 million to new acquisitions this off-season, but they do not have many traditional holes to fill in the two months that remain until spring training begins. They have starting pitchers they favor for next season’s starting rotation;...