Daily Red Sox Links: Jacoby Ellsbury, Mookie Betts, Brian McCann

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Today's stories includes a recap of Ellsbury's 2013 campaign (and a look at his future), Mookie Betts learning from the Red Sox, and a World Series conspiracy.

Regardless of where Jacoby Ellsbury decides to play next season, the outfielder delivered during his time in Boston. (Peter Gammons; Daily Gammons)

MLB Trade Rumors profiled Ellsbury as part of their continuing Free Agent Profile series. (Tim Dierkes; MLB Trade Rumors)

Mookie Betts did what all prospects should be doing: learned from watching the big boys. (Eno Sarris; FanGraphs)

Boston declining to make a qualify offer to Jarrod Saltalamacchia means Brian McCann is likely a free-agent target. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Michael Sliverman looks ahead to next year's Boston Red Sox. (Michael Sliverman; Boston Herald)

Jared Carrabis tells us what the 2013 Red Sox means to him. (Jared Carrabis; Sports Reel Boston)

Gammons lists the Top 10 best and worst fastball hitters from 2013, which includes a few Red Sox players. (Peter Gammons; Daily Gammons)

A member of the 2013 Red Sox had the shortest home run of year. (ESPN Stats and Information; ESPN.com)

What's a championship victory without a silly conspiracy? (Bill Hanstock; SB Nation)

Two Red Sox players shaved their beards alongside today's most famous cop. (Scott LaPierre and Martin Finucan; Boston.com)


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