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Daily Red Sox Links: Carlos Correa, J.D. Martinez, Jerry Remy

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The Boston Red Sox have the flexibility they were looking for, but flexibility is only good if it eventually goes for something. They have room to make a splash somewhere this winter, and Peter Abraham makes the surprising case for Carlos Correa. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Jen McCaffrey touches on a number of topics in this latest edition of her mailbag, including some big names to potentially target in the bullpen and the idea of an outfield trade. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic)

Despite it having been the norm in the postseason, most (myself included) have a difficult time seeing the Red Sox go into 2022 with both J.D. Martinez and Kyle Schwarber. Sean McAdam says don’t be too sure. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

Among the many to pay tribute to Jerry Remy is Patriots coach Bill Belichick. (Karen Guregian; Boston Herald)

The lack of innings from starting pitching has been a major story this postseason, and Red Sox pitching coach Dave Bush spoke about it to the Boston Globe. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)