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Daily Red Sox Links: Don Baylor, Doug Fister, Terry Francona

We say goodbye to a legend from the 1986 Red Sox.


First, our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Don Baylor, the former Red Sox DH who passed away on Monday. (Kirk Bohls; Austin America-Statesman)

It wasn’t the best July for the Red Sox, but things are going swimmingly in August. (Julian Benbow: Boston Globe)

A lot of that has to do with the undeniable and inarguable fact that the Red Sox won the trade deadline. (Michael Baumann; The Ringer)

How important is Doug Fister to the Red Sox? (Evan Davis; FanRag Sports)

Terry Francona was a big part of the 2007 World Series champion Red Sox, but he didn’t get a reunion when Cleveland visited. (Alex Reimer; WEEI)

John Farrell doesn’t always do things by the book and that can be a good thing. Plus, its that maneuvering that has helped him lead a nice run for the Sox. (Chad Finn; Boston Globe)