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Daily Red Sox Links: Rusney Castillo, Craig Kimbrel, Brock Holt

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Today's links look at David Ortiz's second thoughts about announcing his retirement, why the Red Sox won't be able to make a trade as soon as some would like, and Yoan Moncada staying at second base.

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The Red Sox are keeping open the possibility of Rusney Castillo working his way back, but the reality is he's no longer part of the team's future plans. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

David Ortiz isn't changing his mind about retiring, but he is expressing some regrets about making the decision public before the season. (Marly Rivera; ESPN Boston)

We all expected Craig Kimbrel to be dominant, but that doesn't mean we should appreciate that dominance. (Nick Canelas; BP Boston)

In an ideal world, the Red Sox would make a trade soon. Unfortunately, they need the sellers to identify themselves first. (Evan Drellich; Boston Herald)

Brock Holt and Ryan Hanigan are progressing in their recovery from injury. (Logan Mullen; WEEI)

Despite moving up another level, Yoan Moncada isn't moving off of second base just yet. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive)

Paul Swydan has his latest power ranking of Boston's roster. (Paul Swydan; Boston.com)