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Daily Red Sox Links: Craig Kimbrel, Rafael Devers, Sam Travis

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Today’s links look at potential change for Craig Kimbrel, a minor-league developmental program, and a new deal for the Portland Seadogs.

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After the increased bullpen usage that dominated the postseason, will Craig Kimbrel see a different sort of role in 2017? (Nick Friar; CSN New England)

The Red Sox traded some of their top prospects in the last year, but they still have Rafael Devers. (Chris Teeter; BP Boston)

Devers will be one of eight prospects in the organization brought to Boston College for a developmental program. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Sam Travis is also a part of that group, but he’s just itching to get back on the field. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

The Red Sox are seeing an increase in ticket sales despite David Ortiz’s retirement. (Evan Drellich; Boston Herald)

The Red Sox have struck a deal to keep the Seadogs around through at least 2020. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive)

Old friend Carl Crawford may be done in MLB. (Ashley Varela; NBC Sports)