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Daily Red Sox Links: Alex Cora, Andrew Benintendi, David Price

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It’s not really unexpected, but the Red Sox didn’t let the moment or the stage get the best of them on Tuesday. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Boston did plenty of damage with the long ball this season, and their biggest hit on Tuesday was a three-run homer, but they aren’t relying on that one style to win them games in October. (Evan Drellich; NBC Sports Boston)

Despite both of their aces coming up short of expectations in Game One, both teams showed that they are more than capable of recovering from that. (Bradford Doolittle; ESPN)

Surprise surprise, but once again the Red Sox showed that getting on the board early is their best recipe for success. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal) ($$)

Andrew Benintendi had a big day at the plate, but he doesn’t really care. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

Looking ahead to Game Two, Alex Speier examines how David Price has boosted his velocity at the perfect time. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)