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Daily Red Sox Links: Alex Cora, Ron Roenicke, Alex Verdugo

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There was clearly not a whole hell of a lot to celebrate with this Red Sox season, and for the most part players didn’t get the job done. Hence, you know, the top five pick. But despite that, Chris Cotillo still managed to hand out some awards. (Chris Cotillo; Masslive)

Sean McAdam went a different route, the teacher route, handing out grades to all of the individual players for the Red Sox in 2020. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

After hearing Chaim Bloom speak on Sunday, Jason Mastrodonato believes that Alex Cora will indeed be back as Red Sox manager in 2021. (Jason Mastrodonato; Boston Herald)

John Tomase heard the same quotes from Bloom, but came to the exact opposite conclusion about Cora. So, ya know. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

Even worse than the results for the Red Sox is that they have become totally irrelevant. On a macro level, that’s their biggest issue to fix. (Steve Buckley; The Athletic)

Now that this season is over, we can finally look ahead. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Ron Roenicke only managed just one season for the Red Sox and it was undeniably bad, but he still left his mark on the roster. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)