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Daily Red Sox Links: Valentine's Day Edition

The 2014 Valentine's Day edition of Daily Links features stories on Felix Doubront's 2014 season, a look at the starting rotation, and LOVE (because you can't have Valentine's Day without love, well.... some of us, at least).

We all know who's Jonny's Valentine
We all know who's Jonny's Valentine
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If Cupid could match one perfect couple this year for the Red Sox, it'll be Felix Doubront and a healthy, productive season. (Gordon Edes;

Jake Peavy may not have been loved in the AL Central or NL West, but in the AL East, he earns some extra love (and value). (Jason Mastrodonato;

The Red Sox have plenty of starters, but some might get divorced from their current relationship with the club. (Sean McAdam;

You learn do's and don'ts from watching and hearing about other relationship, especially during Valentine's Day. Here's how Boston can learn from the Dodgers' relationships with their extra starters. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

"Jeter's Retirement + Fenway Park = Perfection" should be inscribed on a tree somewhere in Boston. (Bob Klapisch; Providence Journal)

When you first move in with your significant other, adjustments are certainly needed. Former Red Sox great Daisuke Matsuzaka experienced when he first came over to the state. He wants to share that experience with Masahiro Tanaka. (Tim Rohan; NY Times)

Don't have a Valentine this year? Well, why not spend your holiday with these two baseball podcasts. The best part is you don't have to get them a gift!

And, finally, the biggest link of the day, and the one that inspired this love-oriented edition of Daily Links: Our own Marc Normandin announced that he's engaged, thus removing him from the free agent market. Did she make a qualifying offer, Marc? (Marc Normandin; Twitter)

Congrats, Marc!

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