Daily Red Sox Links: Manny Ramirez, Jonny Gomes, Xander Bogaerts

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Today's links look at Manny Ramirez's role in the 2004 celebration, Jonny Gomes' role in the Red Sox's brief resurgence and Xander Bogaerts ascendance.

Not surprisingly, Dan Shaughnessy isn't happy about Manny Ramirez's prominence as part of the team's celebration of 2004. (Dan Shaughnessy; Boston Globe)

Though the veterans on the team seem happy with the way the young kids -- especially Xander -- are playing now. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive)

The team can also look back to their brawl with the Rays for reignite their spark. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

However, for Jonny Gomes, the feud is over. (Maureen Mullen; Boston.com)

But this isn't the first time the team has used a fight with the Rays to get themselves back on track. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Speaking of getting on track, Clay Buchholz isn't particularly keen on doing so in the minors when he makes his way off the DL, in spite of his extremely shaky start. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

And the chance to get a Cup of Coffee with Sox prospects like Chris Hernandez and Shannon Wilkerson. (Luke Lavoie; Sox Prospects)

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