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Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Travis Shaw, David Ortiz

Today's links look at the importance of protecting home field, a new infield at Fenway, and some cool moments in yesterday's pregame ceremony.

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If the Red Sox are going to make the postseason, they are going to need an improved performance at Fenway. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Although his first Fenway start didn't go as planned, there is a renewed aura around in Boston with David Price around. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

The new nets around Fenway got most of the headlines, but there's a new infield as well that was partially influenced by Dustin Pedroia. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com)

We're dealing with tiny samples, but Travis Shaw is off to a good start in a Red Sox uniform. (Nick Canelas; BP Boston)

On the injury front, Eduardo Rodriguez is expected to get some simulated action in on Wednesday. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

In a very cool moment before yesterday's game, the Red Sox surprised David Ortiz by bringing his daughter Alex out to sing the National Anthem. (Chris Villani; Boston Herald)

Another part of the pregame ceremony involved many past champions from all four of the major Boston sports teams. (PJ Wright; Boston.com)

Henry Owens capped off a solid start to 2016 by bringing home the Player of the Week award. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive)

Old friend Felix Doubront got some bad news yesterday, learning that he'd have to undergo Tommy John surgery. (Jeremy F. Koo; Athletics Nation)