Daily Red Sox Links: Clay Buchholz, John Farrell, Jon Lester

Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Today's links look at the unlikely win the Red Sox pulled out last night, a surprising setup man who stepped up in Game 4, and a player who can relate to what Jacoby Ellsbury is going through right now.

Despite all of the worries heading into the start, Clay Buchholz gave the team everything they could've hoped for last night. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

The Red Sox had all of the cards stacked against them when the game started, but still came out with the victory. (Craig Calcaterra; Hardball Talk)

Game Three was marred by that crazy play to end the game, but it got to that point with some questionable decisions by John Farrell. (Pete Abraham; Boston.com)

John Lackey has been the team's most consistent starter this year, and last night he even served as the setup man. (Ron Chimelis; Masslive.com)

One more article on the obstruction play, from Alex Speier. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Jon Lester will be taking the mound tonight, trying to replicate performances from a couple guys he looked up to as a young pitcher. (Kevin Thomas; Portland Press Herald)

It's not a perfect comparison, but there are some real similarities between Jacoby Ellsbury right now and Carlos Beltran's situation back in 2004. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

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