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Daily Red Sox Links: Kelvin Herrera, Craig Kimbrel, Adam Ottavino

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Free agent relief options continue to dwindle for the Red Sox, as Kelvin Herrera signed with the White Sox. (Alex Reimer; WEEI)

There are still relief pitchers out there, and the Red Sox have pretty good odds of signing either Craig Kimbrel or Adam Ottavino. (Zachary D. Rymer; Blacher Report)

While they haven’t added a reliever like we expected, the Sox are apparently talking extension with somebody. (Evan Drellich; NBC Sports Boston)

Could it be Mookie Betts? If it is, the Red Sox are about to open up the purse strings. (Matt McCarthy; 985TheSportsHub.com)

Another slow offseason needs a solution. A writer just assigning players to teams is just crazy enough to work. For the Red Sox, that means welcoming back Craig Kimbrel. (Grant Brisbee; SB Nation)

Having a lack of talent at one position isn’t necessarily a death knell. Just ask the 2018 Red Sox. (Sam Miller; ESPN)