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Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Hanley Ramirez, Clay Buchholz

Today's links look at the importance of the "ace" decision, Pablo Sandoval's ability to bounce back, and next year's outfield alignment.

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It appears the Red Sox are ready to go all-in on David Price, and it makes all the sense in the world. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Whichever direction they intend to go in for the rotation, they need to get it right. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

Boston traded Hanley Ramirez ten years ago, and it could be the right choice to do it again. (Chad Finn; Boston.com)

Pablo Sandoval is in a similarly bad spot as Ramirez, coming off a terrible year. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

Clay Buchholz had another Clay Buchholz season. (Matt Collins; BP Boston)

John Farrell is leaning towards putting Jackie Bradley in center and Mookie Betts in right. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

Speaking of Farrell, he's feeling very good after his health scare earlier in the year. (Cameron McDonough; NESN)

Sox Prospects continues to run down their top forty prospects with Kevin McAvoy and Bryce Brentz. (Chris Hatfield; Sox Prospects)