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Red Sox ready for replay, although they hope it doesn’t get much use

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The Red Sox’ foray into expanded replay starts Monday afternoon at Camden Yards in their season opener vs. the Orioles.

There are three central people involved from the Red Sox’ end.

There’s Billy Broadbent, the video director who will be the one who views the replay of a play in question and then will contact bench coach Torey Lovullo on a special phone.

Lovullo, in turn, will let manager John Farrell know whether the play should be challenged.

Broadbent will have a special place in each visiting ballpark where he will set up his equipment and where the replay phone always will be close by.

“There’s different responsibilities throughout this whole process and we’re still playing around with it,” said Lovullo.

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