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Daily Red Sox Links: Kelvin Herrera, David Ortiz, The First World Series

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In today’s links we’re still talking relievers, while looking at David Ortiz’s post-playing career, the Red Sox’s decision to go to the White House and the first World Series.

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As the Red Sox’s top priority in the offseason continues to be upgrading the bullpen, there are more closer candidates to evaluate. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic) ($$)

Is Kelvin Herrera a legitimate solution in the late innings? (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Winning tastes all that much better when you have experienced losses. (Stephanie Apstein; Sports Illustrated)

David Ortiz knows all about winning with the Red Sox but we still don’t know much about what he’s doing for them now. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Following in the footsteps of the Houston Astros and not the Golden State Warriors and Philadelphia Eagles, the Red Sox are going to visit the White House. (Pete Blackburn; CBS Sports)

The Red Sox won the 2018 World Series. Here’s the story of the first one. (Chris Bouton; The Hardball Times)