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  • Red Sox now 17-2, thanks to Moreland's slam
    Unfazed by the spotlight of their historic start, the Red Sox continued their march into the record books with a 7-3 win in Oakland in Friday night's series opener behind a three-run homer from Jackie Bradley Jr. and a Mitch Moreland grand slam. The Red Sox improved to 17-2, becoming the fifth team in the live-ball era to win 17 of its first 19 games, and the first to do so since the 1987 Brewers.
  • Wright exits first rehab start with stiff back
    Veteran knuckleballer Steven Wright, who is recovering from left knee surgery that he underwent in May, was removed from his first rehab start for Triple-A Pawtucket Friday night after experiencing stiffness in his back.
  • 10 eye-popping facts from Sox's historic start
    The Red Sox improved to 16-2 with Thursday night's win over the Angels. Here are 10 impressive facts and figures from their historic start to the season.
  • Sale looks to stay on roll vs. A's
    Chris Sale has allowed one or fewer runs in each of his four starts to begin the 2018 campaign, and he has some good company: Roger Clemens was the last Red Sox starter to accomplish that feat, in 1991. Sale will look to extend that stellar start Saturday at 9:05 p.m. ET against Sean Manaea and the A's.
  • Sox off to MLB's best start since 1987
    The Red Sox's historic march through April continued Thursday with an 8-2 win over the Angels at Angel Stadium, as they completed a three-game sweep. Boston improved to 16-2, joining rare company in MLB history. The Sox outscored the Halos, 27-3, in the series.
  • Betts extends his record for Sox leadoff HRs
    Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts continued to torment the Angels on Thursday night during Boston's 8-2 win, as he led off the game with a home run down the left-field line.
  • Buck on Betts: 'Best right fielder I've ever seen'
    Mookie Betts is not included nearly often enough in the conversation about the best young players in the deepest and best crop of young players in all of baseball history.
  • Red Sox's Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Red Sox have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Boston's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • Pawtucket hosting 'Evil Empire' weekend
    Pawtucket hosting 'Evil Empire' weekend
  • Ockimey among top prospect performers
    First baseman Josh Ockimey was among the top prospect performers on Thursday.
  • Home-plate umpire Layne hit by foul ball, exits
    Home-plate umpire Jerry Layne left Thursday's Red Sox-Angels game with an apparent injury after a Mike Trout foul ball hit his right arm in the first inning.
  • AL East: Checking in on the new guys
    In April, everything is magnified, and this is particularly true for the key newcomers for each team. Here is a look at how it is going for five newbies in the American League East.
  • This is why the Red Sox are so good so far
    Last year's Red Sox famously had the fewest home runs in baseball, and the addition of J.D. Martinez was expected to help. He has, but Boston's best-in-baseball lineup has benefited from a lot more than just that. They've improved from within.
  • Fenway set to host Army-Navy, ALS event
    Fenway Park will be the site of two college baseball games and a high-school game this weekend.
  • Sox improve to 15-2 behind hot bats, Porcello
    Rick Porcello tossed six scoreless innings Wednesday and received a wealth of offensive support, including a grand slam from Rafael Devers, as the Red Sox rolled to a 9-0 win over the Angels at Angel Stadium. The Sox have outscored the Halos, 19-1, over the first two games of the series.
  • Devers delivers 1st career slam for red-hot Sox
    The Red Sox had another offensive outburst in Southern California on Wednesday night, as Rafael Devers belted his first career grand slam to cap a five-run third inning against the Angels.
  • Red Sox smash 6 HRs in rout of Ohtani, Angels
    The Red Sox crushed six home runs, including three from Mookie Betts in his return to the lineup, as they opened a three-city, nine-game road trip with a 10-1 win over the Angels on Tuesday. Halos starter Shohei Ohtani allowed three runs, but he exited after two innings due to a blister.
  • Back in Sox lineup, Betts homers three times
    A relieved Mookie Betts returned to the leadoff spot in the Red Sox lineup on Tuesday and slugged three home runs against the Angels.
  • Bogaerts has 'great day' in injury recovery
    Red Sox manager Alex Cora called Tuesday "a great day" when it came to the recovery of shortstop Xander Bogaerts, who is currently on the 10-day disabled list with a small crack in the talus bone in his left ankle.
  • Porcello in midst of eye-catching April
    It's true that it's only mid-April and there's a lot of unexpected early-season numbers that won't last, because they simply can't. That doesn't mean they don't hold some interest, however. At the very least, it's interesting enough to see some names you might not have thought about carrying some massive numbers. There's five in particular that stood out to us. Which ones will last?
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