Daily Red Sox Links: Xander Bogaerts, David Ortiz, Drake Britton

Chung Sung-Jun

Today's links include two stories on the one and only Xander Bogaerts, how a DL stint could hurt David Ortiz's wallet, and Super Twos.

Xander Bogaerts had a pretty big hit yesterday to help send the Netherlands to the next round of the World Baseball Classic. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

A Hall of Famer discusses what it's like to be "too big" to play short, something that has been thrown out there in discourse about the 6'3'' Bogaerts. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

A trip to the disabled list could potentially cost David Ortiz a good chuck of change. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

One Red Sox can empathize with Drake Britton, who, as I'm sure you remember, was arrested for driving under the influence two weekends ago. (Alex Speier: WEEI.com)

Ben Carsley attempts to dispel some myths surrounding some Red Sox prospects. (Ben Carsley; Fire Brand of the AL)

Chris Mellen continues his 2013 Prospect Previews. This time with Pat Light and Tzu-Wei Lin. (Chris Mellen; SoxProspects.com)

What's the true cost of a Super Two? Rob Castellano tackles that question. (Rob Castellano; Amazin' Avenue)

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