Daily Red Sox Links: Jackie Bradley, Jacoby Ellsbury, Ryan Lavarnway

Otto Greule Jr

Today's links look at how the outfield could be formed this year, what will happen to Ryan Lavarnway, and Jacoby Ellsbury's injury history.

Due to Will Middlebrooks' struggles in 2013, third base is one of the biggest question marks on the roster right now. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

If the Red Sox want to add another starting outfielder, Curtis Granderson could be the best choice. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

Heading into 2014, the Red Sox seem comfortable with Jackie Bradley as their starting center fielder, though they will still consider other options. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

Jeff Sullivan takes a deep look at Jacoby Ellsbury's injury history. (Jeff Sullivan; Fangraphs)

What is Ryan Lavarnway's status with the team now that AJ Pierzynski has been brought on board. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Speaking of Pierzynski, the new catcher had a great chance to scout the Red Sox while working as an analyst during the World Series. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

It'll be tough to see Ellsbury go, but the Red Sox were in a good position to let him walk. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

A quick look at Ryan Kalish and Andrew Bailey, both of whom were non-tendered by the Red Sox this week. (James Dunne; Sox Prospects)

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