Daily Red Sox Links: Xander Bogaerts, Shane Victorino, Craig Breslow

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Today's links include stories on how the front office watches a series-clincher, the versatility of the Red Sox, and who stood out in Tuesday night's win.

Xander Bogaerts was a major reason the Red Sox were able to win Game 4 in Tampa, and it was a real sign of his maturation as a baseball player. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

The coaches and players are all on camera during the entirety of playoff games, but have you ever wondered how members of the front office watch a clincher? (Evan Drellich; Masslive.com)

Simply put, the Red Sox are really good at pretty much every part of playing baseball. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

Shane Victorino gets hit by a lot of pitches, and many of them seem to be very close to the strike zone. Jeff Sullivan looks at those, and some other hit-by-pitches that are borderline strikes. (Jeff Sullivan; Fangraphs)

Craig Breslow is still kind of an unsung hero of this season, but he's quickly losing that label. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

A review of a couple bottom-tier guys from Sox Prospects' top-40 in the farm system. (Will Woodward; Sox Prospects)

The ALDS clincher was a game of standouts from across Boston's roster. (Chad Finn; Boston.com)

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