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Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, David Price, The Flu

Today the Red Sox try to get rid of the flu, Eduardo Rodriguez faces a crossroads and David Prive throws the baseball.

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If you hadn’t heard, the flu has wreaked havoc on the Red Sox during the first week of the season, leading the club to fumigate the clubhouse. (Spencer Buell; Boston Magazine)

Eduardo Rodriguez has shown immense promise for a few years now, but it’s time for that promise to starting paying dividends. (Adam Nazzaro; Hardball Scoop)

Small sample sizes are particularly difficult to judge when considering the bullpen. That’s why it’s too soon to panic about Boston’s bullpen. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Apparently David Price is making sound progress in his recovery, as he threw 20 innings pitches in the bullpen on Monday. Still no word on a return date. (Jen McCaffrey; MassLive)

With one week in the books, what are some emerging trends surrounding this Red Sox team? (Cam Ellis; BP Boston)

Speaking of emerging trends, we may be moving ever closer to a style of baseball where the three true outcomes are all that’s left. (Dave Cameron; Fangraphs)