Daily Red Sox Links: Jose Iglesias, Clay Buchholz, Ryan Boldt

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Today's links includes stories on Jose Iglesias' impact on the roster, an update on Clay Buchholz and the top candidate for most obvious statement of the year.

Alex Speier examines the breakthrough of Jose Iglesias, who's seen his role diminish a bit with the return of Will Middlebrooks, and how it impacts the roster. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Clay Buchholz is questionable for his start on Friday as he continues to deal with nagging pain in his AC joint, which he suffered when he fell asleep holding his baby in May. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Ryan Boldt, whom the Red Sox selected with their 22nd round pick in this year's draft, is going to fulfill his commit to Nebraska. Joining him is Derek Burkamper, who was drafted by the Red Sox in the 20th round. (Ken Hambleton; Lincoln Journal Star)

Speaking of the draft, Chip Buck reviews the last 12 drafts, all of which have fallen under the current Red Sox ownership. (Chip Buck; Fire Brand of the AL)

Get to know the fan who caught Mike Carp's and Jarrod Saltalamacchia's home runs on Sunday. (Adam Kurkijan; Boston Herald)

The most obvious statement of the year: consistent winning is key for Boston, brought to you by good ole Ron Borges. (Ron Borges; Boston Herald)

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