John Lackey just keeps on rolling and performing at a high level through the first two games of 2014 — a far cry from the early years in his Red Sox tenure.
It’s official: The Boston Red Sox will not go 0-81 at home during the 2014 season.
John Lackey pitched seven strong innings, Jackie Bradley Jr. singled in two runs and the Boston Red Sox snapped a three-game losing streak with a 5-1 win over the Texas Rangers on Monday night.
Finally, John Lackey is the pitcher we wanted him to be — and he’s off to another great start in 2014.
What can the Red Sox expect out of John Lackey this season? Adam Jones discusses with The Providence Journal’s Tim Britton.
Andy Gresh, Scott Zolak, and Hardy decided to take a stab at the over/under odds that Vegas has placed on the 2014 Red Sox season.
As the Red Sox begin their defense of the 2013 World Series title, Dan Roche poses three key questions that surround the team.
Red Sox starter John Lackey allowed five runs and 10 hits. He struck out six.
Red Sox starter John Lackey left the mound following his Grapefriut League debut on Tuesday, pleased with the work he was able to put in against the Miami Marlins.
Dan Roche passes along a few quick notes with opening day right around the corner.