Daily Red Sox Links: John Lackey, Trey Ball, Adrian Beltre

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Today's links include stories on John Lackey's strong comeback, Trey Ball's thoughts after he was drafted, and the bullpen's workload.

John Lackey continues on the strong comeback trail, but he's not surprised at all by it, because he's already had success in the majors. (Tom Layman; Boston Herald)

As you may already know, the Red Sox selected left-hander Trey Ball with the seventh pick in yesterday's Rule 4 draft. Evan Drellich has the full transcript from the 18-year-old's conference call with the media. (Evan Drellich; MassLive.com)

The selection of Ball continues a recent trend for the Red Sox, as they've adored big, tall, projectable starters. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

SoxProspects.com has a player page for Trey Ball already, with the complementary scouting report. (SoxProspects.com)

Rob Bradford feels like it's time to remember Adrian Beltre's time with the Red Sox. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

Boston's bullpen has enjoyed a relatively lighter workload as of late. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

PawSox manager Gary DiSarcina has a deep appreciation for what goes down in a draft war room. (Brendan McGair; Pawtucket Times)

Chip Buck examines the curious situation happening on the left side of the Sox infield. (Chip Buck; Fire Brand of the AL)

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