Daily Red Sox Links: Adam LaRoche, Joel Hanrahan, Ryan Kalish

Jim Rogash

Today's articles include the ongoing conversations of Adam LaRoche versus Mike Napoli, some analysis of Joel Hanrahan's past, and how Hurricane Sandy affected Ryan Kalish.

The Mike Napoli signing hit its one month anniversary yesterday and the negotiations remain stagnant, so Ron Chimelis decided to celebrate by pitting the former Ranger against, none other than, Adam LaRoche. (Ron Chimelis; MassLive.com)

Conversations surrounding Joel Hanrahan continue. Should the 31-year-old's past statistics warrant concern? (Katie Sharp; ESPN Stats & Information)

Hurricane Sandy undoubtedly impacted a multitude of people residing in the East Coast, but the disaster struck home for Ryan Kalish, who is attempting to impact Boston this season in, of course, a different manner. (Evan Drellich; MLB.com)

There are nine crucial questions heading into this season for the Red Sox, according to Ian Browne. (Ian Browne; MLB.com)

Giancarlo Stanton is not coming to Boston, or anywhere else for that matter, so get over it. (Matt Collins; New England Sports News Blog)

Hall of Fame talk has highlighted the past few weeks. So, who are the 50 best players not currently residing in Cooperstown? (Graham Womack; Baseball Past And Present)

As a result of the Houston Astros, there's obviously a new interleague play schedule. What will the implications of the newly acquired schedule be on the National League DH? (Eno Sarris; Fangraphs)

While on the topic of designated hitters, Rob Neyer adumbrates potential reasons for the NL to conform to the American League way, but that doesn't mean he's for it. (Rob Neyer; Baseball Nation)

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