Daily Red Sox Links: Koji Uehara, Craig Breslow, Jon Lester

David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Today's edition includes two stories on the ever charismatic Koji Uehara, a heartwarming story about Jon Lester, and the rekindling of old friendships (how cute).

Did you know Koji Uehara blogs? More importantly, though, the closer is ready to take the postseason stage. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Uehara is also ready for an increase in workload during the playoffs. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

Craig Breslow is one smart man. (Evan Drellich; MassLive.com)

Jon Lester met with a family whose five-year-old son passed away from a rare form of cancer. (Martine Powers; Boston.com)

Mike Andrews takes a look at the top 10 prospects in Boston's system. (Mike Andrew; SoxProspects.com via ESPNBoston.com)

Depth was a huge reason for Boston's success this season. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Boston's front office didn't plan for a 97-win season, but it obviously happened. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Jeff Pini lists previous Red Sox players who are in this year's postseason with different teams. (Jeff Pini; Boston.com)

How would this year's Boston Red Sox fare against the 1967 or 2004 clubs? (Ron Chimelis; MassLive.com)

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