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Daily Red Sox Links: John Henry, David Ortiz, Roenis Elias

Today's links look at the evolution of David Price, David Ortiz's hope for love from Yankee fans, and what needs to happen for the Red Sox to meet their PECOTA projection.

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John Henry made some (likely overblown) headlines yesterday after commenting about the Red Sox's tendencies towards analytics. (Adam Kurkjian; Boston Herald)

David Price has simplified his delivery over the years, and it has been an important change for his command. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

The Red Sox are hoping David Ortiz's last season goes the way of Chipper Jones, not Derek Jeter. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Speaking of Ortiz, he would love an ovation from the crowd at Yankee Stadium at the end of the year. (Ricky Doyle; NESN)

Roenis Elias has been on quite a journey en route to his new home at Fenway. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

How much of the blame will John Farrell get if Boston gets off to a slow start? (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive)

PECOTA feels good about the Red Sox this year. What needs to happen to make that projection come true? (Nick Canelas; BP Boston)