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Daily Red Sox Links: David Ortiz, Kaz Uehara, Rich Hill,

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MLB refusing to quite literally play ball with MLBPA has been the constant bombardment of bad news. Well, Marcus Kwesi O’Mard has a little bit of fun for your morning. Find out just what MLB ballparks Hall of Famer David Ortiz loved playing in the most. (Marcus Kwesi O’Mard; NESN)

There are two sides to this standoff, MLB and the MLBPA. Fans can decide which side they’re on, but Sean McAdam believes it’s rather easy to get behind one over the other. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

Koji Uehara will forever and always live in Red Sox lore. His son, Kaz, throws a devastating curveball and has some lofty MLB dreams of his own. (Pete Abraham; The Boston Globe)

At this point in the lockout, with the only confirmation being that yes, games will be canceled, it’s speculation time for just what a 2022 season might look like. (Matt Snyder; CBS Sports)

Massachusetts native, and newly-signed Red Sox pitcher, Rich Hill, has had to adapt his offseason training regimen thanks to MLB’s imposed lockout. (Bob Halloran; WCVB 5 Boston)