Daily Red Sox Links: Jon Lester, Daniel Bard, Curt Schilling

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Today's pre-blizzard edition of Daily Links includes stories on what history tells us about a potential rebound for Jon Lester, what Daniel Bard tells us about his very own rebound, and five surprise contributors for the Sox this season.

Jon Lester is obviously attempting to bounce back from what as an abysmal 2012 season. What can history tell us about a potential return to normalcy for the lefty? (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

In the same boat as Lester is Daniel Bard, who we all know was a shell of himself last season after a failed journey into the rotation. He talks about those struggles and his outlook for 2013. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

Ian Browne believes the Red Sox are sleepers for this upcoming season. He also answers three burning questions and provides some important dates and other spring training goodies. (Ian Browne; MLB.com)

Here are five surprise contributors for the Red Sox this season. (Sean McAdam; CSNNE.com)

It's never to early to be thinking about the Rule-4 draft. How will the entire draft process change for the Red Sox since they have the seventh overall pick? What does the process look like this early in the season? (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

By now you heard that Curt Schilling was told, in 2008, to try human growth hormone in order overcome a season-ending shoulder injury. Well, the MLB held an investigation for Schilling's claims five years ago. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

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