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

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Today's links look at David Ortiz's presence, the importance Clay Buchholz's 2015, and the state of the middle infield through the organization.

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There has been a ton of turnover on the Red Sox over the last few years, but David Ortiz has been the one, massive constant. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

It's not overly surprising, but he'll be getting the start at first base today. (Sean McAdam; CSN New England)

Boston officially set their 25-man roster yesterday. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive.com)

Hanley Ramirez has historically gotten off to slow starts, but he's not worrying about that as the season gets underway. (Jason Mastrodonato; Boston Herald)

This is a really fun article revisiting Clay Buchholz's no-hitter with the pitcher himself. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Anthony Varvaro is gearing up for his first season in Boston, and he has his old organization to thank for the progress he's made in his career. (John Tomase; WEEI.com)

How do the Red Sox look at middle infield through their organization? (James Dunne; Sox Prospects)

It's not exactly Red Sox related, but a rather large trade happened in baseball yesterday. (Bill Baer; Hardball Talk)