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Daily Red Sox Links: Drew Pomeranz, Craig Kimbrel, Michael Chavis

Today’s links feature some takes on Drew Pomeranz’s injury, a look at year two of Craig Kimbrel and an interesting story about prospect Michael Chavis.

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It seems like every day another Red Sox pitcher is put on the DL. The most recent one to do so is Drew Pomeranz. Jen McCaffrey tries to find out why and if this is more than just a little concerning. (Jen McCaffrey; MassLive)

Even with the Pomeranz injury (and the others), there are some who think it’s not time to run for cover because the sky is falling just yet. (Sam Galanis; NESN)

Craig Kimbrel was not exactly lights out in his first season in Boston. What can we expect in year two? (Ian York; Sons of Sam Horn)

Generational debate alert! Who was better as a Red Sox: Carlton Fisk or Jason Varitek? (Chad Finn; Boston.com)

Nobody is going to replace David Ortiz, but somebody, or, more accurately, somebodies have got to try. (Evan Drellich; Boston Herald)

Prospect Michael Chavis came back from a thumb injury in 2016 and then played through a fractured finger. (Christopher Smith; MassLive)

Here’s another season preview if you’re into that sort of thing. I know I am. (David Lennon; Newsday)