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Daily Red Sox Links: David Ortiz, Clay Buchholz, Terry Francona

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Today's edition includes a handful of stories on Terry Francona, a story about David Ortiz's health and a trip down memory lane.

Jared Wickerham

David Ortiz is feeling good. It's safe to say that steal of third on Wednesday is an indication of that sentiment. (Kevin McNamara; Providence Journal)

Clay Buccholz is on a roll, to say the least. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

There's no place more comfortable than a dugout for former Red Sox manager Terry Francona, who as you know made his long-waited return to Fenway Park yesterday. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Ron Chimelis believes Francona's legacy will be written with Cleveland and not Boston. He warns us not to laugh at that somewhat far-fetched idea. (Ron Chimelis; MassLive.com)

It was almost like old times for Francona. (Scott Barboza; ESPNBoston.com)

Alex Speier is attempting to decode the function and structure of Red Sox ownership. Here's the first part of his three-part series. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Time to jump into the time machine as Chip Buck is taking us back to 2006 and Baseball America's top Red Sox prospects for that year. (Chip Buck; Fire Brand of the AL)

An AL scout provides some perspective as to what scouts look for in a catcher's receiving skills. (Ben Lindbergh; Baseball Prospectus)

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