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Daily Red Sox Links: David Ortiz, Clay Buchholz, Attendance

Today's edition includes stories on David Ortiz's struggles, Clay Buchholz's readiness to rejoin Boston and questions surrounding Fenway's attendance numbers

Jim Rogash

David Ortiz has certainly provided an ample amount of memorable quotes this season, and he did just that following Thursday's loss to the Orioles. (Alex Speier;

Clay Buchholz, who will make his second rehab appearance Friday with the PawSox, will require a third rehab start before rejoining Boston. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Two writers from Boston's biggest papers wrote about Fenway's attendance, for lack of a better term, woes:

This could be germane to why fans aren't filling up Fenway: the park has the most expensive beer in all of baseball. (Nick O'Malley;

More concerning than the price of beer is Daniel Bard, who had an abysmal outing with the GCL Red Sox on Thursday. (Gordon Edes;

Alex Speier examines if the Red Sox have enough star power to win it all this season. (Alex Speier;

Chip Buck wonders why people have forgotten about a certain Red Sox prospect. (Chip Buck; Fire Brand of the AL)

Speaking of prospects, Anthony Ranaudo was named an Eastern League Year-End All-Star. (James Dunne; SoxProspects)

Newly acquired outfielder Quintin Berry has an Apollo Creed-esque mentor in his corner as he endures some mental struggles. (Kevin Pereira; PawSox Blog)

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