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

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.

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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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