Daily Red Sox Links: Jon Lester, Koji Uehara, Ben Cherington

Jared Wickerham

Today's links look at some potential future game action for Daniel Nava, a quiet, minor acquisition by the Red Sox from yesterday afternoon, and an interview with an former fan favorite.

It's pretty amazing that two years ago, Koj Uehara was left off a World Series roster. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Though he didn't start last night's game, Daniel Nava did get a plate appearance (and a double) at the end of the game, and is likely to see some action in St. Louis, too. (Tony Lee; ESPN Boston)

Alex Speier with a great story on the career's of Dustin Pedroia, Jacoby Ellsbury and Jon Lester coming full circle with another World Series berth. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

An in-depth look at yesterday's acquisition of Alex Castellanos. (Chris Hatfield; Sox Prospects)

Chad Finn sits down with one of the heroes from the Red Sox's last World Series run, Mike Lowell. (Chad Finn; Boston.com)

What specific moves were made that launched both of these teams into the World Series? (Baseball Prospectus Staff)

This incredible run is evidence of what a great start Ben Cherington is off to in his tenure as Boston's GM. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

Earlier this year, there were many complaints about how often Jon Lester used his cutter. Last night, he used the pitch to completely baffle the Cardinals' lineup. (Brian MacPHerson; Providence Journal)

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