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Daily Red Sox Links: Charlie Morton, Alex Cora, Theo Epstein

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Charlie Morton wouldn’t be a long-time solution to the Red Sox’s rotation issues. In fact, with his future uncertain, he might not be a solution at all. However, that doesn’t mean he wouldn’t be a good addition. (Ricky Doyle; NESN)

Jen McCaffrey explored some of the complex feelings surrounding Alex Cora’s return in part two of a her mailbag this week. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic)

Theo Epstein will no longer be making chess moves for the Chicago Cubs. (Chris Cotillo; MassLive)

The surprise move is potentially due to Epstein’s interest in actually owning a team. (Darren Hartwell; NBC Sports Boston)

It was excellent to see Daniel Bard get back to being a quality pitcher in 2020 after everything he’s been through on the field. (Nick Groke; The Athletic)

Ben Clemens outlines why teams should consider using this offseason to upgrade on defense, perhaps to an extreme degree. (Ben Clemens; FanGraphs)