Daily Red Sox Links: Winter Meetings Edition

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The Daily Links bring you the best baseball and Red Sox related articles from across the internet. Today's edition includes stories that will lead you into the Winter Meetings.

The calendar has flipped the page to December, and with that also comes the start of the Winter Meetings. Though it's always a busy time for teams, the Red Sox figure to be extra busy this year. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Ben Cherington does have some assets on the roster that he could trade should the right deal come around. Alex Speier says the front office must keep an open mind about such a move. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Obviously, there are many potential moves for the Red Sox during this year's Winter Meetings. Gordon Edes has five moves that he feels the team must make. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

Back to this week's main event, the Winter Meetings. Scott Candage has his outline of an ideal Red Sox plan. (Scott Candage; Fire Brand of the AL)

Here's Pete Abraham's pre-Winter Meetings guide. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

Over the weekend, the Pirates inked former Yankee Russell Martin to a two-year, $17 million contract, leaving New York with a hole at catcher. Sam Miller analyzes the deal. (Sam Miller; Baseball Prospectus)

The Orioles had their best season in recent memory in 2012, though many feel it is unsustainable. Jason Brannon investigates how much regression they're in for next year. (Jason Brannon; Baseball Nation)

The biggest free agent at these Winter Meetings will surely be Josh Hamilton. Dan Szymborski looks at how the slugger fits with some of his potential suitors, including the Red Sox. (Dan Szymborski; ESPN.com) ($$$$)


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