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Matt Sullivan

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Matt Sullivan, aka Boston's10thMan, writes for Over the Monster and his own blog, Spaceman's Pancakes when he is not scouting locations for film and television. Originally from Rhode Island, Matt grew up rooting for Wade Boggs, Mike Greenwell and Dwight Evans. His dad took him to his first baseball game in 1986 and they saw Roger Clemens face Phil Niekro. These days he lives in Queens, married to a Mets fan, frequents CitiField and watches the Sox on MLB.tv.

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Mattingly: Puig could bat leadoff in 2014

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MLB roundup: Orioles sign Young, Yankees rumors

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Boras: MLB shouldn't work with PED suppliers

The super-agent doesn't want MLB to make relationships with dealers in their efforts to bust players.

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MLBPA head Tony Clark says A-Rod suit is baseless

The union head says A-Rod's suit against them is completely without merit.

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Arbitrator Horowitz explains suspension length

A-Rod's unprecedented misconduct led arbitrator Fredric Horowitz to rule for a single season suspension for the Yankee star.

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MLB Roundup: Indians take a flyer on Francoeur

The Indians have become the latest club to get lost in Jeff Francoeur's eyes. Jameson Taillon will get a shot at the majors this spring Stephen Drew is healthy, so we can assume the lack of offers...

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2014 Hall of Fame profile: Curt Schilling

His "bloody sock" game is one of the most iconic postseason performances in baseball history, but his low win totals and lack of league-leading performances make induction a long shot for 2014.

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2014 Hall of Fame profile: Alan Trammell

Alan Trammell has been on the ballot since 2002 and has never approached 50 percent of the vote, but the former Tiger has a compelling case as one of the top shortstops in history.

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