Daily Red Sox Links: Craig Breslow, Andrew Bailey, Stephen Drew

Dilip Vishwanat

Today's links look at Craig Breslow's never-ending time spent under the radar, the purchasing of beard balls, and some major concerns the Red Sox need to look at this winter.

Craig Breslow has been overlooked for a long time, and hopefully the 2013 run helped to get him a bit more of the spotlight moving forward. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

He seemed like a non-tender candidate, but it seems that Andrew Bailey could very well be brought back by the Red Sox for 2014. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

Remember the beard balls? Well, David Ortiz's shavings sold for a disturbing amount of money. (Darren Rovell; ESPN Boston)

In the wake of Jhonny Peralta's deal with St. Louis, there has been an outcry of steroid users getting paid. Mike Petriello explains why it's okay. (Mike Petriello; Fangraphs)

According to Rafael Furcal, the Red Sox are one of the teams who have expressed interest in the veteran shortstop. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

John Tomase looks at three concerns surrounding the Red Sox this offseason. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

Would it be possible for the Red Sox to sign Stephen Drew, then immediately trade him? (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

The Dodgers find themselves with an impressive list of names in their rotation, but is there enough uncertainty around them to acquire another man for their rotation? (Marc Normandin; Sports on Earth)

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