Bob Nightengale / USA Today:
Are Baseball Hall of Fame's standards too high? Why voters should be more forgiving — Whew, the shutout was mercifully avoided. — There won't be a cry that the Hall of Fame election is broken. — The disgust towards the Baseball Writers Association of America will be lessened.
Neil Best / Newsday: Scott Rolen elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
Gabe Lacques / MLB Baseball News, Scores …: After decades of headaches, steroid era is almost over for Baseball Hall of Fame
Max Rieper / Royals Review: Former Royals outfielder Carlos Beltrán falls short of Hall of Fame on first ballot
John Griffin / Pinstripe Alley: Scott Rolen elected to National Baseball Hall of Fame
Matthew Roberson / New York Daily News: Scott Rolen, former Phillies and Cardinals third baseman, lone player elected into Baseball Hall of Fame
Anthony Castrovince / Rockies News: Helton just misses Hall election with 72.2% of the vote
Ronald Blum / Associated Press: Slick-fielding third baseman Scott Rolen elected to baseball's Hall of Fame
Kris Willis / Battery Power: Scott Rolen elected to the Hall of Fame
Dan Harralson / Vols Wire: Baseball Hall of Fame: Todd Helton's 2023 voting results
James Doubek / NPR: Only one player won the writers' election this year for the Baseball Hall of Fame
Benjamin Zweiman / DraftKings Nation: What time is the 2023 Baseball Hall of Fame announcement?
Miranda Remaklus / FanSided: Most likely Cardinals player to get into the Hall of Fame next
Jeff Fletcher / BBWAA:
Eight-time Gold Glove-winning third baseman Scott Rolen elected to Hall of Fame — Scott Rolen, a seven-time All-Star who won eight Gold Glove Awards for fielding at third base during a 17-season career in the major leagues, was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame Tuesday in balloting …
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Gabe Lacques / USA Today: Scott Rolen elected to Baseball Hall of Fame, joining Fred McGriff in Class of 2023
Anthony Castrovince / MLB.com: Rolen earns Hall election, capping historic ballot climb
The Athletic: Scott Rolen elected into Hall by 5 votes: Who's been enshrined with fewer votes, previewing 2024 class
Chris Cwik / Yahoo Sports: Scott Rolen elected to Baseball Hall of Fame while Alex Rodriguez again falls well short
Jim McLennan / AZ Snake Pit: Snake Bytes, 1/25: Rolen rolls into Cooperstown
Jason Mastrodonato / Boston Herald: Scott Rolen is a worthy Hall of Famer, so stop it with the ‘Hall of Very Good’ talk
Bryan Murphy / McCovey Chronicles: Jeff Kent denied Hall of Fame by BBWAA
Bill Madden / New York Daily News: Scott Rolen benefits from weak ballot to make Hall of Fame, while Jeff Kent continues to get left behind
Eric Stephen / True Blue LA: Andruw Jones, Gary Sheffield gain on HOF ballot
Wick Terrell / Red Reporter: Scott Rolen elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
Alex Pavlovic / NBCSports.com: Kent denied entry to Hall of Fame in final year on ballot
Benjamin Zweiman / DraftKings Nation: Scott Rolen becomes latest to be elected into Baseball Hall of Fame
Tom Dakers / Bluebird Banter: Scott Rolen Voted to Hall of Fame
Randy Miller / New Jersey Online: Baseball Hall of Fame 2023: Scott Rolen elected, Todd Helton 11 votes shy; Alex Rodriguez comes up way short again
Darragh McDonald / MLB Trade Rumors: Scott Rolen Elected Into Baseball Hall Of Fame
Jerry Beach / Yardbarker: Scott Rolen, Todd Helton awaiting Hall voting results
Kevin Henry / FanSided: How this BBWAA member would have voted on this year's Baseball Hall of Fame ballot
Paul Sullivan / Chicago Tribune: Another Baseball Hall of Fame ballot means another debate about whether cheaters deserve entrance
Jeff Fletcher / Orange County Register:
Former Angels closer Francisco Rodriguez named on 10.8% of ballots in first Hall of Fame bid — Although longtime Angels closer Francisco Rodriguez didn't come close to Hall of Fame election in his first appearance on the ballot, he earned enough votes to remain on next year's ballot.
Discussion: White Sox News, Phillies Nation and Press Enterprise
Scott Merkin / White Sox News: Buehrle stays on HOF ballot with 10.8% of vote
Destiny Lugardo / Phillies Nation: 3 former Phillies make progress on Hall of Fame ballot
Ronald Blum / Press Enterprise: Scott Rolen elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
Bradford Doolittle / ESPN:
Eight-time Gold Glove 3B Scott Rolen makes Baseball Hall of Fame — Scott Rolen has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, sneaking over the threshold by the narrowest of margins. — Rolen, one of the game's great third basemen, was named on 76.3% of ballots cast in his sixth year of eligibility to earn enshrinement.
David Adler / MLB.com: An early look at the 2024 Hall of Fame ballot
Bridget Hyland / New Jersey Online: Ex-Yankees outfielder will fall off Hall of Fame ballot
Theo Gerome / The Crawfish Boxes: Scott Rolen Snags a Hall of Fame Plaque, Plus a Breakdown of the Rest of the Results
Cory Woodroof / USA Today: MLB fans fumed over a Hall of Fame voting process that inexplicably saw just 1 player picked
Brian Wacker / New York Post: Former third baseman Scott Rolen gets Baseball Hall of Fame call by just five votes
Ronald Blum / Associated Press: Scott Rolen elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
Adam J. Morris / Lone Star Ball: Scott Rolen elected to Hall of Fame
Patrick Saunders / Denver Post: Todd Helton's Hall of Fame chance looks like a “nail-biter”
White Sox pitcher Mike Clevinger under investigation by MLB after domestic violence allegations — Chicago White Sox pitcher Mike Clevinger is under investigation by Major League Baseball following allegations of domestic violence involving the mother of his 10-month-old daughter and child abuse.
Brett Ballantini / South Side Sox: Mike Clevinger is an alleged child abuser
Callie Lawson-Freeman / MLB Baseball News …: Clevinger accused of abusing woman and daughter
Michael Blinn / New York Post: White Sox pitcher Mike Clevinger accused of domestic violence, child abuse
Michael Cerami / Bleacher Nation: REPORT: White Sox Pitcher Mike Clevinger Under Investigation for Domestic Violence, Child Abuse
Jordan Lazowski / Sox On 35th: Mike Clevinger under MLB investigation for domestic violence allegations
Adam J. Morris / Lone Star Ball: Clevinger being investigated for domestic violence
Joseph Wilkinson / New York Daily News: MLB investigating pitcher Mike Clevinger for domestic violence and child abuse: report
Ben Fadden / Gaslamp Ball: MLB Investigating Former Padres SP Mike Clevinger After Domestic Violence Allegations
LaMond Pope / Chicago Tribune: Chicago White Sox pitcher Mike Clevinger is reportedly under MLB investigation for a domestic violence allegation
Denver Post: What has happened this MLB offseason? A look at all the moves made in the AL and NL Central.
Alden Gonzalez / ESPN:
Source: White Sox's Mike Clevinger under investigation by MLB — Mike Clevinger, a starting pitcher who signed with the Chicago White Sox earlier this offseason, is under investigation for violating Major League Baseball's domestic violence policy, a source told ESPN on Tuesday, confirming an initial report by The Athletic.
Jeff Sanders / San Diego Union-Tribune: MLB investigating ex-Padre Mike Clevinger following domestic violence, child abuse allegations
Michael Allardyce / NBCSports.com: Sox fans call for release of Mike Clevinger
Daryl Van Schouwen / Chicago Sun-Times: White Sox' Mike Clevinger is being investigated for domestic violence allegations
Darragh McDonald / MLB Trade Rumors: Mike Clevinger Under Investigation For Domestic Violence Allegations
Scot Gregor / Daily Herald: Sox pitcher Clevinger investigated by MLB amid allegations of domestic violence
Sean Anderson / CHGO: Chicago White Sox signing Mike Clevinger under MLB investigation | CHGO White Sox Podcast
Kyle Goon / Orange County Register:
LeBron scores 46, but Clippers beat Lakers for 10th straight time — LOS ANGELES — For the Lakers, Anthony Davis and Rui Hachimura are on their way. Perhaps as soon as Wednesday night, according to a TNT report. — But for Tuesday night's game against the Clippers …
Discussion: Los Angeles Times, SGV Tribune, Press Enterprise, FanSided, Associated Press, The Athletic and Daily News
Andrew Greif / Los Angeles Times: 'That's growth for us.' Clippers turn struggles into strengths in promising win over Lakers
Peter Dewey / FanSided: Clippers vs. Lakers prediction and odds for Tuesday, January 24 (Clips dominate rivalry)
In statement, Bruce Sherman makes it clear: ‘The Miami Marlins are not for sale’ — Miami Marlins chairman and principal owner Bruce Sherman in a statement Tuesday refuted a report in the Los Angeles Times that the Marlins “could go up for sale soon.” — “The Miami Marlins are not for sale …
Discussion: Fish Stripes, MLB Trade Rumors and Los Angeles Times
Anthony Franco / MLB Trade Rumors: Bruce Sherman: Sale Of Marlins Not Under Consideration
Ira Winderman / Sun-Sentinel:
Heat storm back against shorthanded Celtics for 98-95 victory in Butler's absence — MIAMI — No, not a complete game, something that was shuffled out of the equation considering the missing bodies on both sides. — But an emphatic win, punctuated by the power play of Bam Adebayo.
Discussion: Denver Post, Boston.com and Boston Herald
Tom Westerholm / Boston.com: 7 takeaways as short-handed Celtics go cold late, fall to Heat
Ken Rosenthal / The Athletic:
Michael Wacha's lingering free agency, Astros' GM search and Yankees' infield options — Ask a major-league executive at this time of year why a free agent isn't signed, and the exec invariably will respond, “Because he wants too much money.” — Players, though, sometimes have their own perspective.
Discussion: Bleacher Nation, MLB Trade Rumors, New Jersey Online, Camden Chat and Battery Power
Michael Cerami / Bleacher Nation: Lukewarm Stove: Cubs Connected to Lefty Relievers, Is Barnes a Target? White Sox Trade Interest, More
Anthony Franco / MLB Trade Rumors: Latest On Jurickson Profar's Market
Mike Rosenstein / New Jersey Online: Veteran outfielder is good fit for Yankees but might cost too much
Alden Gonzalez / ESPN:
Arte Moreno to maintain ownership of Angels after exploring sale — Citing “unfinished business,” Los Angeles Angels owner Arte Moreno has decided that his team is no longer for sale, a change of heart that shocked the industry and surprised many throughout the organization.
Discussion: Sports Illustrated, Daily News, Ballpark Digest, Athletics Nation, Lone Star Ball, BR Bullpen, MLB Baseball News …, FanSided and The Athletic
Patrick Andres / Sports Illustrated: Angels Owner Arte Moreno Announces He Won't Sell Team
Kevin Modesti / Daily News: Game Day: Is there hope for Arte Moreno's Angels?
Kevin Reichard / Ballpark Digest: Angel Stadium future uncertain after Moreno decides to keep Angels
Connor Ashford / Athletics Nation: Elephant Rumblings: Moreno not selling Angels
Adam J. Morris / Lone Star Ball: Arte Moreno is not selling the Angels after all
Dylan Hernández / MLB Baseball News, Scores …: Arte Moreno has a lengthy to-do list to focus on to win back Angels fan base
Sam Blum / The Athletic: Angels owner Arte Moreno no longer looking to sell team, will maintain role in 2023 and beyond
Jeff Fletcher / Orange County Register:
Arte Moreno ends efforts to sell Angels
Arte Moreno ends efforts to sell Angels
Martín Gallegos / MLB.com: Moreno family announces it will retain Angels ownership
Neil deMause / Field of Schemes: Moreno decides not to sell Angels after all, because his heart is with all the fans who despise him
Jeff Wilson / Jeff Wilson's Texas Rangers Today: Tuesday newsletter time: Angels no longer for sale, which might be a good thing for Rangers
Jason Owens / MLB Baseball News, Scores …: Angels owner Arte Moreno takes franchise off market, won't sell team as Shohei Ohtani talks loom
Darragh McDonald / MLB Trade Rumors: Arte Moreno No Longer Pursuing Sale Of Angels
Max Goodman / Sports Illustrated:
Twins Trading For Michael A. Taylor Could Be Good News For Yankees — The Twins and Yankees could be a perfect match for a trade leading up to Opening Day, with a lefty-hitting outfielder heading to the Bronx. … One team's surplus could be another team's solution.
Discussion: Pinstripe Alley and New Jersey Online
Madison Pavich / Pinstripe Alley: NYY News: Wheelin' and dealin'
Jeff Passan / ESPN:
Red Sox acquire Adalberto Mondesi in trade with Royals — The Boston Red Sox acquired shortstop Adalberto Mondesi from the Kansas City Royals for left-handed reliever Josh Taylor on Tuesday, providing middle-infield depth to buttress losses this winter to free agency and injury.
Pete Grathoff / Kansas City Star: Royals fans have a wide range of reactions to the trade of Adalberto Mondesi
Anders Jorstad / Lookout Landing: Mariners Moose Tracks, 1/25/23: Scott Rolen, Adalberto Mondesi, and Jesús Aguilar
Kevin O'Brien / The Royals Reporter: “Reporter Jottings”: MAT and Mondesi Traded; What the Royals Got in Return; What's Next From Picollo?
Gabrielle Starr / Boston Herald: Red Sox add infield depth, serious speed in trade for Adalberto Mondesí
Dan Secatore / Over the Monster: Meet The New Guy: Adalberto Mondesi
Jenna Lemoncelli / New York Post: Red Sox get Adalberto Mondesi in trade with Royals in latest offseason twist
Julian McWilliams / The Boston Globe: Red Sox trade for infielder Adalberto Mondesí, sending reliever Josh Taylor to the Royals in return