Daily Red Sox Links: David Ortiz, Steven Wright, Dustin Pedroia

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Today's links look at the how the Red Sox can build their next great team, the perils of prospect rankings, and how Jose Iglesias' offseason went.

As only he can, Alex Speier looks at how the Red Sox can build their next great team. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Remember that guy who managed the Sox last season? David Ortiz still has some thoughts about him. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

Now is the time of year where many rankings of prospects and farm systems will come out. Ben Carsley cautions against reading too much into these. (Ben Carsley; Fire Brand of the AL)

Jonathan Zeller ponders whether or not Steven Wright can become baseball's next productive knuckleballer. (Jonathan Zeller; Baseball Prospectus)

Jose Iglesias proclaims that this offseason was the best of his life. So he should be great in 2013! (Joe McDonald; ESPN Boston)

Terry Francona's new team in Cleveland has had a busy offseason, but have they done enough to make them true contenders? (Rob Neyer; Baseball Nation)

Dustin Pedroia isn't happy with the recent lack of success from this team, and is excited to get back to winning. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

Emma Span gives us seven storylines to watch around the league during Spring Training. (Emma Span; Sports on Earth)

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