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Daily Red Sox Links: Brian Johnson, David Price, Drew Pomeranz

Today’s links look at how Brian Johnson gets outs, J.D. Martinez’ role, and Shane Victorino’s impact on today’s Red Sox roster.

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MLB: Boston Red Sox at Washington Nationals Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

The Red Sox won another game started by Brian Johnson as the lefty continues to show that velocity is not everything. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Is there a way for David Price to stop his extreme struggles against the Yankees? (Evan Drellich; NBC Sports Boston)

J.D. Martinez has better numbers as an outfielder than as a DH, but that doesn’t mean they’ll keep him in that role more moving forward. (Greg Bedard; Boston Sports Journal) ($$)

After an awful rehab outing Drew Pomeranz is going to need one more turn against minor-league competition. Uh, no surprise here. (Chris Cotillo; Masslive)

Shane Victorino officially retired on Tuesday, and Peter Abraham looks back on the outfielder’s mentorship of Mookie Betts. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Sox Prospects has named their prospects of the month for the month of June. (Tommy Cassell; Sox Prospects)

Much like many others, the Red Sox are suffering from a bad case of World Cup Fever. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic)