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.
The Dodgers lost second baseman Mark Ellis to a right quad strain during last night's game against the Brewers.
Injuries continue to plague the Yankees as they lose catcher Francisco Cervelli and pitcher Ivan Nova in a win over the Blue Jays.
Runs? Check. OBP? check. Wait a minute -- where is the power? A look at the missing ingredient in the Red Sox offense.
The Red Sox' strikeout-heavy pitching staff has taken center focus after the team's strong start, but the eight other players backing them up are quietly having an impact as well.
With Ryan Zimmerman headed to the DL, the Nationals have called up top prospect Anthony Rendon to fill in at third.
All the latest moves from down on the farm: The Cubs option two utility players and the Rangers and Braves add some arms to their farm clubs.
The City of Boston has endured a tremendous amount of fear and relief in the last twenty-four hours. At Fenway Park today, the Red Sox and the Royals will honor the city and its heroes as baseball returns from lock down.
The Mariners will need to choose which outfielders get to stay on the bench when Michael Saunders returns. Jason Bay, Endy Chavez and Raul Ibanez are all on the bubble.
Rockies young ace Jhoulys Chacin was forced to leave his start Friday night with back pain and has been placed on the 15-day DL.
Closer Joel Hanrahan has struggled in his last three appearances for the Red Sox. The flame-throwing righty is dealing a hamstring issue that is affecting his mechanics.
Los Angeles Dodgers starter Zack Greinke has undergone surgery to repair his fractured left collarbone.
The Rangers are confident that they will find a trade partner for take Julio Borbon before he lands on waivers.
The hot stove season is over and baseball is back, but that doesn't mean the deal-making is done. Here's a look at some of the player's most likely to land contract extensions during the 2013 season.
The Orioles are prepared to give catcher Matt Wieters six years if the two sides can find common ground for an extension.
Reliever Francisco Rodriguez is still looking for a place to play in 2013, but the ex-closer is starting to draw interest.
Clay Buchholz is off to an excellent start to the 2013 season. His cutter has been sharp, his change-up is back and he has even found a way to steal the first strike, often without so much as a swing.
David Ortiz will play in his first exhibition game tomorrow and could return to the Red Sox by the end of the week.
The Marlins have no plan-B at first behind current starter Gregg Dobbs and the team is trying anyone and everyone at first in case Dobbs should fall.
Red Sox shortstop Jose Iglesias left yesterday's game after being hit in the arm with a pitch, sparking speculation that Stephen Drew could return early.
As Opening Day draws near, we take a look back at the off-season in the NL Central, breaking down each team's biggest additions, losses and injury concerns.
As Opening Day draws near, we take a look back at the off-season in the NL East, breaking down each team's biggest additions, losses and injury concerns.