Matt watched a game that nobody should watch.
The Orioles’ success story isn’t totally separate from the tragic seasons of the Blue Jays and Red Sox.
Matt goes beyond the obvious and processes the Mega-Trade from Boston’s perspective.
In one of the biggest trades in modern baseball history, the Dodgers would add an entire team payroll while the Red Sox would tear down a team that was supposed to be great.
Josh Beckett isn’t the ace he was in 2007, but what about him has changed over the past five seasons?
Celebrating the striking symmetry of Red Sox right-hander Aaron Cook’s peripherals.
After changing his Sox, things are looking better for Kevin Youkilis.
Josh Johnson’s start against the Red Sox last night is a sign that he has recovered from his shoulder woes.
Comparing the reaction to Daniel Bard’s demotion to the other weird decision in recent Red Sox history.
The Tampa Bay Rays have managed to stay in second place in the AL East despite the second-smallest run differential in the division.
After looking like he was on his last legs in 2009 and again in 2010, David Ortiz has returned to near-peak form. How did he do it?
In a game you can’t predict, which early-season statistics seem the most unpredictable?
Josh Beckett’s alternating good and bad seasons resembles the career of a former major leaguer.
Fans were treated to weird baseball in Boston when the O’s and Sox resorted to using position players as pitchers.
An ACL injury claims Mat Gamel, and lower-back injuries snag two other players.
Michael Pineda’s labrum tear doesn’t bode well for his future, but it’s not the death sentence it used to be.