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Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Rafael Devers, Nick Cafardo

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Sean McAdam tries his hand at trying to predict what a Chris Sale extension could look like. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal) ($$)

Alex Cora would like Rafael Devers to be like Boston’s rival’s third baseman, Miguel Andújar. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com)

The Red Sox had a surprisingly, relatively easy run to the division in 2018. It’s probably not going to be so easy this year. (John Tomase; WEEI)

As we look ahead to the coming season for Boston and New York, there is clearly a divide in how they approach building pitching staffs. (Tom Keegan; Boston Herald)

In leiu of the normal Sunday Notes column for which the late Nick Cafardo is famous, a bunch of writers came together to share stories of one of the most beloved writers in the industry. (Boston Globe)

Michael Chavis went the other way for a home run on Saturday, and the team is impressed with his approach. (Chris Cotillo; Masslive)

One of the most important factors to baseball’s pace-of-play issues that we don’t hear much about: Foul balls. (Travis Sawchik; 538)