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Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Daniel Hudson, 2004

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In today’s links, we get a host of perspectives on the pitching staff and a look back at the 2004 World Series.

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Investments in Chris Sale, David Price and Nathan Eovaldi made sense when the Red Sox inked those deals but that might not last into the long term. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

Making pitching improvements from within would certainly help, even if that hasn’t been the Red Sox’s strongest skill. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic) ($$)

The Red Sox might still be tempted to continuing looking outside their own organization and they won’t be alone. (Ben Lindbergh; The Ringer)

Every move doesn’t have to be an absolute blockbuster, however, and MassLive’s Christopher Smith sees relievers like Daniel Hudson and Will Harris as intriguing candidates. (Christopher Smith; MassLive)

The Red Sox still need to hit as well. That’s where Peter Fatse comes in. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic) ($$)

Let’s jump in the time machine and go back to 2004. (Steve Buckley; The Athletic) ($$)