Daily Red Sox Links: Daniel Nava, Jerry Remy, Jon Lester

Jared Wickerham

Today's links bring you stories on topics including the developing trade market, some great news regarding Jerry Remy, and a team that can relate to the Red Sox's problems in the 9th inning.

Daniel Nava's season has been a well-documented surprise, and his long path to the majors was accentuated by top prospect Wil Myer's debut at Fenway this week. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

The Red Sox find themselves to be contenders with the trade deadline starting to come into view, and Hunter Golden looks at the emerging market. (Hunter Golden; Fire Brand of the AL)

In a bit of great and welcome news, Jerry Remy has said he's cleared to return to the booth on Tuesday. (Evan Drellich; Masslive.com)

Yesterday the Red Sox came to an agreement with first round pick Trey Ball, and afterwards he got a chance to meet some of the major-league players. (Kyle Brasseur; ESPN Boston)

Surely by now you've heard of the Mets' phenom Matt Harvey. He's a pretty good pitcher, I'd say. (Jeff Sullivan; Fangraphs)

Boston is having some problems in the 9th inning right now, which is a problem that this weekend's opponents can relate with. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Jared Carrabis says that it's time for Red Sox fans to stop calling Jon Lester an "ace." (Jared Carrabis; Sox Space)

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