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Daily Red Sox Links: Clay Buchholz, Daniel Nava, Anthony Ranaudo

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Today's edition includes stories on Clay Buchholz's dominance, the amazement one Daniel Nava has continuously produced this season, and a better explanation of the magic number.

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Clay Buchholz has re-established himself as the most dominant pitcher in the majors. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Simply put, Daniel Nava continues to amaze all of us. (Kyle Brasseur; ESPNBoston.com)

Buchholz isn't the only pitcher in the Red Sox system to re-establish himself. 45 miles down I-95, you'll find right-hander Anthony Ranaudo, whose 2013 season has thrust him into the conversation for the top pitching prospect  within the organization. (Mike Scandura; MassLive.com)

September success is simply a red herring. (Evan Drellich; MassLive.com)

Scott Lauber lays out three burning questions regarding the Red Sox. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

Tim Britton explains Boston's magic number, and why it may be lower than you've been led to believe. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

This Red Sox season has been very enjoyable, no? (Ben Carsley; Fire Brand of the AL)

For those who are prospect nerds, the Instructional League begins in three days. SoxProspects has the schedule for it. (Will Woodward; SoxProspects.com)

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