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Daily Red Sox Links: Chaim Bloom, Andrew Benintendi, Kevin Cash

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Red Sox Summer Camp Photo by Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

One of the biggest questions of the offseason for the Red Sox will be how the outfield picture shapes up. Andrew Benintendi is the pivot point in those questions as a player who could be kept for a rebound, but also could be a central part of trade talks. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

The Red Sox are not in the World Series, but we (or, I guess me. I won’t speak for you) are still watching. Here’s the schedule. (Boston Globe)

With the Rays both being in the World Series and also being the former employer of Chaim Bloom, there is a natural connection to be made about how they build their roster and how the Red Sox may approach theirs. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic)

Could the rest of the league look at Tampa’s success as an excuse to drive payrolls down? (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

Kevin Cash has turned into one of the best managers in baseball, but when his coaching career first started he almost got it going with the Red Sox. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)