Daily Red Sox Links: John Farrell, Terry Francona, Koji Uehara,

Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

Today's links look at yesterday's Manager of the Year results, why the Red Sox free agents rejected the qualifying offers that were extended to them, and how contracts could be changing around the league.

John Farrell was just edged out by old friend Terry Francona for the Manager of the Year last night. (Dayn Perry; Eye on Baseball)

Brian MacPherson voted for Farrell, and he explains why. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Christina Kahrl left Farrell off her ballot completely, which she explains here. (Christina Kahrl; ESPN.com)

Does Koji Uehara have a case for the Cy Young? (Andrew Ball; Beyond the Box Score)

Alex Speier, as only he could, explains the context behind the Red Sox players refusing the qualifying offer. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Travis Shaw, of the Red Sox's minor league system, was recognized this week by the Arizona Fall League. (John Carney; Boston.com)

John Tomase talks about the influx of TV money into the game, and how it could affect contracts in the future. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

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