Daily Red Sox Links: John Farrell, Koji Uehara, Jacoby Ellsbury

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Red Sox are going to the ALCS! Most of these stories are from before last night's series clincher, but are still well worth the reads.

NOTE: THE AUTHOR IS SORRY HE IS NOT POSTING ALL STORIES ABOUT LAST NIGHT'S GAME, BUT THAT WOULD'VE REQUIRED STAYING UP PAST HIS BED TIME WAITING FOR THOSE STORIES TO BE POSTED. TAKE THIS AS HIS OFFICIAL APOLOGY.

After the loss in Game 3, a few of John Farrell's decisions came under fire. Alex Speier takes a deeper look at them. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

The bridge to Koji Uehara was a concern heading into the playoffs, but they looked pretty good in the ALDS, especially Craig Breslow. (Evan Drellich; Masslive.com)

Jeff Sullivan breaks down the inexplicable home run to end Game 3. (Jeff Sullivan; Fangraphs)

It seems to be somewhat overrated, but the Red Sox, as led by Jacoby Ellsbury, have been phenomenal on the base paths. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

I may not be able to get analysis of the game just yet, but here are some great pictures. (NESN)

The Rays gave it everything they had, but it just wasn't enough against this special Red Sox team. (Matthew Pouliot; Hardball Talk)

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