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Daily Red Sox Links: Nathan Eovaldi, Alex Cora, Chris Sale

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Division Series - Tampa Bay Rays v Boston Red Sox - Game Three Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images

Oftentimes opposing teams don’t really create much ire. They’re just the next team on the schedule. That’s not how Nathan Eovaldi sees it with the Astros. (Khari Thompson; Boston Globe)

The city of Boston has had some great coaches over the years, but nobody is currently pushing the buttons as well as Alex Cora. (Alex Reimer; WEEI/Audacy)

Mixing and matching pitchers, regardless of what they did in the regular season, will continue to be the play for Cora. (Christopher Smith; MassLive)

That could lead to some interesting uses of guys like Chris Sale. (Lauren Campbell; NESN)

In this piece, Chad Finn likened Tanner Houck and Nick Pivetta to 1999 Pedro Martinez and 2018 Eovaldi. That may be more of an honor than a Hall of Fame plaque. (Chad Finn; Boston Globe)

Along with Cora, Chaim Bloom deserves credit for how far this Red Sox team has come. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic)

There will be no shortage of offense in the ALCS. (Justin Leger; NBC Sports Boston)

“Dancing On My Own” was always a bop, but now it’s reached a whole new level. (Alexandra Francisco; NESN)