Daily Red Sox Links: Allen Webster, Ryan Dempster, Mike Lowell

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Today's links include stories on Allen Webster's development as a pitcher, the team's depth in the rotation, and Daniel Bard's path to a bounce-back season.

Allen Webster is one of the top prospects in the Red Sox system, but he hasn't been so highly touted as a pitcher his entire life. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Yesterday, Ryan Dempster made his first start in a Boston uniform, and pitched well in his debut. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

The team is heading into the 2013 with plenty of question marks surrounding their rotation, but they don't lack the depth. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Steroids, and the era that was defined by them, are still a huge topic of discussion around baseball. Eric Knott provides some insight into what it was like playing during that time. (Eric Knott; Baseball Prospectus)

There have been a lot of familiar faces hanging around Red Sox camp so far this spring, and Mike Lowell joined that group yesterday. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com)

Over at Beyond the Boxscore, James Gentile looks at some of the most overrated players of all time. (James Gentile; Beyond the Boxscore)

Daniel Bard is ready for a strong bounce-back in 2013, and is ready to take all of the small steps in order to achieve that. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

Rob Neyer tries to figure out why the best remaining free agent, Kyle Lohse, is still available. (Rob Neyer; Baseball Nation)

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