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Daily Red Sox Links: Xander Bogaerts, Brandon Workman, Jerry Remy

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Today’s links look at the lack of home runs from Boston’s lineup, the bullpen’s workload and the 1967 team’s legacy.

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In case you haven’t noticed, the Red Sox haven’t been hitting many home runs. They are okay with it. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Of course, Xander Bogaerts had a pretty big home run on Wednesday. The shortstop seems to be turning things around. (Evan Drellich; CSN New England)

Speaking of Bogaerts, his path to the majors gives the organization a blueprint for guys like Andrew Benintendi and Rafael Devers. (Chad Jennings; Boston Herald)

It’s probably time to start making room on the Brandon Workman bandwagon. (Cam Ellis; BP Boston)

As far as the bullpen as a whole goes, John Farrell will try to monitor his relievers’ usage down the stretch. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

On Sunday, the Red Sox will be honoring Jerry Remy, who is in his 30th year of broadcasting for the team. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive)

They honored the 1967 team on Wednesday, and though they didn’t win the World Series that team is a hugely important one for this franchise. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal) ($$$)