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Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Chris Sale, Alex Cora

In today’s links, David Price still has a part to play in the Red Sox’s postseason plans. Plus Chris Sale wanted to be a reliever on Tuesday and Alex Cora’s managerial star just gets brighter.

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It’s not time to give up on David Price just yet. (Chad Finn; Boston Globe)

That doesn’t mean the Red Sox shouldn’t be trying to get Price to be more effective with all his pitches. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Alex Cora became a managerial standout this season, but his star hasn’t shone any brighter than it did during the ALDS. (Matthew Kory; The Athletic) ($$)

Do you need a reason to like Chris Sale more? Probably not. But here’s one anyway. (Joshua Schrock; NESN)

The Red Sox won 108 games this season. The Astros won 103. It’s no question that this ALCS features two all-time teams. (Joe Posnanski; The Athletic) ($$)

So would the Sox be part of the best World Series matchup based on the four teams left standing? (Grant Brisbee; SB Nation)