Sandy Leon and Mookie Betts. (Leon Halip/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- The Red Sox are good. Really good. Best in baseball, actually.
Boston's the first club in the majors to 70 wins after yesterday's 9-1 taming of the Tigers in Detroit, and the Sox are winning at a ridiculous .693 clip. That's helped them to a four-and-a-half-game lead on the defending-champion Astros for the best record in the sport. When you win 19 of 23, that'll help your cause.
Unlikely Offensive Spark Jackie Bradley, Jr. Catching Fire For Red Sox
Jackie Bradley Junior led the offense with a three-run homer yesterday, and he's happy to be on such a successful team, but the outfielder isn't taking anything for granted.
"We're focusing on wins as a team, I think that what it pretty much boils down to," Bradley said. "Nobody's trying to be all about themselves, I think everyone collectively is what's making this team click."
The Sox are getting it done everywhere. They're 34-and-13 at Fenway, and 36-and-18 on the road, which is where they'll be tonight when they play the first of three in Baltimore at 7:05 p.m. Orioles sit an MLB-worst 28-and-72. Rick Porcello's set to oppose Kevin Gausman on the mound.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports