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Daily Red Sox Links: Clay Buchholz, David Ortiz, Craig Breslow

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Today's links includes stories on Clay Buchholz's rehab, how David Ortiz compares to a Celtics great, and the 2011 collapse -- yeah, that's still relevant.

Tom Szczerbowski

Here's a comprehensive summary of Clay Buchholz's rehab start from Thursday night, when he started Pawtucket's second playoff game of this year's Governors' Cup Championship. (Hudson Belinsky; WEEI.com)

Dan Dyrek, Boston's coordinator of sports medicine, compares David Ortiz to a former client of his -- Celtics great Larry Bird. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

Tim Britton explains why Craig Breslow has been Boston's unsung hero this season. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

There's no doubt that Red Sox fans have erased all memory of the team's heartbreaking collapse of September 2011. Ben Cherington says the organization has done the same this September. (Evan Drellich; MassLive.com)

Joe Giradi believes the series between the Yankees and the Red Sox means more to the former. (Gordon Edes; ESPNBoston.com)

Speaking of the Yankees, Jack Keller explains why the Yankees are not underdogs this year, and they never will be. (Jack Keller; Fire Brand of the AL)

Learn a bit more about Corey Littrell, Boston's fifth-round pick from this year's draft. (Craig Forde; On Deck)

John Tomase decided to take a look back on Boston's Opening Day game, which was -- as I'm sure you remember -- against the Yankees in New York. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

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