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Daily Red Sox Links: Joe Kelly, Hanley Ramirez, Trey Ball

Today's links look at the important stretch coming up for the Red Sox, the merits of firing John Farrell, and a first in league history.

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The Red Sox could learn a thing or two from the team they just played. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

Looking ahead, the next ten games are the key for the rest of the season. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

It will also have a big impact on what they do at the trade deadline. (Jordan Freemyer; MLB Daily Dish)

If Joe Kelly is going to stick in the rotation long term, the Red Sox will need him to further develop his arsenal. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Although there's plenty wrong with this team, firing John Farrell won't solve the bigger issues. (Matt Kory; BP Boston)

There has been increasing chatter that the Red Sox would improve by dealing Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez. Would it really help, though? (Matt Kory; Fangraphs)

Mookie Betts was just rewarded for his big week. (Ryan Hannable;

Trey Ball hasn't been as impressive as some would like, but there is still plenty of room for optimism with the former top-ten pick. (Nathaniel Stoltz; Fangraphs)

Some exciting news on the international front, as for the first time a woman has been added to MLB's international registration. (Matt Goldman; MLB Daily Dish)