Braves GM Frank Wren said they would look to field offers on a couple of their starting pitchers. That includes Derek Lowe, who could draw interest from the Yankees as an alternative to John Lackey. "We're in a position where people know we have an excess in starting pitching," Wren said. He said they could go use one of their starters in another role but that that's "unlikely." The Braves are looking for offense, and a corner outfielder with power would fit them.SI.com's Jon Heyman wraps up the GM Meetings The Yankees would be an interesting trade partner, though I would see that as more of a salary dump on our part if we sent Lowe there. The more I think about the complications of getting rid of Lowe and acquiring a bat via trade, the more I think it almost has to be some sort of three-team deal.