|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.