Quotes, notes and stars from the Red Sox' 8-0 win over the Yankees:
"He threw all four pitches tonight for strikes, but most importantly, (he's shown) the ability to make adjustments from pitch-to-pitch. If he gets out of whack or misses with a pitch, he's right back in the strike zone.'' - John Farrell on Rick Porcello.
"You look back at the first month and I think we've gained a lot of trust in each other up and down the lineup. That to me is the strongest attribute right now on this team.'' - Farrell on the Red Sox after one month of play.
"Pretty similar. I'm getting a lot of timely hits, and it's helping the team.'' - Jackie Bradley Jr., asked if this last week is similar to the hot streak he enjoyed last August.
"I'm comfortable. I'm in a good place, mentally and physically. I worked really hard to get where I am now and I'm going to continue to work.'' – Bradley on his hot streak.
"Much better fastball command. I've been able to execute my sinker better and that's allowed me to get ahead of hitters and if I do fall behind, I've been able to come back.'' - Porcello on cutting his walk rate by more than half compared to this point a year ago.
* The shutout at Fenway was the first for the Red Sox against the Yankees since May 14, 2011.
* The eight-run margin was the biggest margin in a Red Sox shutout over the Yankees since Sept. 6, 2003 when they won 11-0 in New York.
* The four triples in April for Jackie Bradley Jr. are the most for a Red Sox hitter in that month since Jose Offerman in 1999.
* In his last nine games against the Yankees, Bradley is 14-for-31 (.452) with nine extra-base hits.
* Rick Porcello's 5-0 start to the season is the best run for a Red Sox starter since Josh Beckett was 7-0 in 2007.
* The Yankees have failed to homer in seven games this season; they're 0-7 in those games.
1) Jackie Bradley Jr.
Bradley had three extra-base hits (two triples and a double) for eight total bases, and knocked in three runs.
2) Rick Porcello
The Red Sox starter tossed seven shutout innings and allowed only two baserunners into scoring position while issuing just one walk.
3) Mookie Betts
Betts had a double in the second and a single in the sixth, good for three RBI, a season high for him.