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Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Drew Pomeranz, Mookie Betts

Today’s links look at some pitchers heading in opposite directions, Hanley Ramirez’ recent woes, and draft strategy.

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David Price is starting to get rolling, and Rob Bradford wonders if he has become the most important player in the American League. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Meanwhile, Drew Pomeranz is heading in the opposite direction, and it’s becoming more and more concerning with every start. (Brett Cowett; BP Boston)

Andrew Benintendi was off on Thursday, but he earned that day off with great play of late. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

A slumping counterpart to Benintendi has been Hanley Ramirez, who can’t seem to get the ball in the air lately. Alex Cora should consider moving him down in the lineup, at least. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

Mookie Betts has been hot all season long, and he could be doing something historic in terms of scoring runs. (Andrew Simon;

Speaking of Betts, he’s also one of the game’s best baserunners, and his teammates could stand to learn a thing or two from him. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic) ($$)

The amateur draft is right around the corner, and the Red Sox need to decide on their strategy. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)