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Daily Red Sox Links: Getting ready for game three of the ALDS

An up and down weekend has left the Red Sox reeling a bit. It’s time to learn from the mistakes and course-correct for game three. That means lineup adjustments and Nathan Eovaldi starting.

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Even two days later, after Saturday’s game two loss, the Red Sox need to take a look at the problems that led to such a result. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic) ($$)

There is serious doubt settling in after all. (Chad Finn; Boston Globe)

I mean, like, a lot doubt. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

But let’s get out of this pit of despair and figure out what the Red Sox need to do to win in game three. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic) ($$)

First, Nathan Eovaldi will be the starter for the Sox tonight. Nick Cafardo thinks that’s probably the right call given the other options available. (Nick Cafardo; Boston Globe)

As Matt pointed out on Sunday, Alex Cora could make some changes to the lineup to better optimize the offense for run producing. (Anthony DiComo; MLB.com)

Perhaps giving Brock Holt the at-bats that the slumping Ian Kinsler is getting would make a positive difference. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Because at some point, somebody has to step up. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)