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Daily Red Sox Links: Stephen Drew, Shane Victorino, David Ortiz

Today's links look at whether or not the Red Sox need someone like Chris Capuano, how long Fenway has left, and an unknown, key member of team's ownership.

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It's been reported that the Red Sox are interested in Chris Capuano as a veteran replacement for Ryan Dempster, but John Farrell doesn't think such a move is absolutely necessary. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

It seems like talks of finally building a new stadium for Fenway have gone on forever, but John Henry believes the park has 30 more years in it. (Jason Mastrodonato;

Pete Abraham outlines his case for the Red Sox moving forward without Stephen Drew. (Peter Abraham;

He's mostly an unknown in the Red Sox organization, but Mike Gordon has become a key member of the team's ownership. (Alex Speier;

Steve Buckley says Shane Victorino is still the ideal number two hitter for this team. (Steve Buckley; Boston Herald)

Count Gordon Edes among those who believes the Red Sox should extend David Ortiz's contract. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

The Red Sox had a lot of luck in their run to the title last year, but that's not even close to the whole story. (Dan Corrado; Sox Space)

The Phillies did a stupid and annoying thing. (Mike Axisa; CBS Sports)