Daily Red Sox Links: Ryan Sweeney, Mike Napoli, Pedro Martinez

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Today's links include stories on Ryan Sweeney's redemption, a behind-the-scene look at Mike Napoli's signing, and an outfielder, non-roster invitee reminisces on his time pitching at Fenway

Ryan Sweeney is seeking redemption after what transpired last season, which was the main reason why he returned to Boston in the first place. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Steve Lauber provides us with an inside look as to what exactly happened on December 10, the day when Mike Napoli and his agent were informed of Napoli's hip injury. (Steve Lauber; Boston Herald)

Will Middlebrooks is thinking about his long-term plans, and they include the Red Sox. (Joe McDonald; ESPNBoston.com)

Pedro Martinez did some talking yesterday, and he touched on a number of subjects -- including seeing himself as the next Johnny Pesky. (Mike Petraglia; WEEI.com)

John Farrell also touched on a number of subjects during his discussions with the media. (Nick Cafardo; Boston.com)

Mitch Maier, a non-roster invitee who's vying for a spot as a backup 1B/OF, recalls the day he took the mound at Fenway to face Dustin Pedroia, David Ortiz, Carl Crawford and Jason Varitek. (Gordon Edes; ESPNBoston.com)

One Washington National is approaching spring training in an unorthodox manner, but for justifiable reasons. (Adam Kilgore; The Washington Post)

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