Daily Red Sox Links: Jake Peavy, Ryan Kalish, Craig Breslow

Jared Wickerham

Today's links bring you stories on a possible blockbuster the Red Sox could look into this offseason, arguably the best offense in the franchise's history, and what is maybe the end of a former great's career.

Rob Bradford examines how the newest member of the Red Sox, Jake Peavy, reached the point he is at today. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

If the Red Sox do make a move for Giancarlo Stanton this winter, could they do so without giving up their best prospect? (Chad Finn; Boston.com)

Ryan Kalish has had about as much bad luck as any player could have, but he's dealing with it the right way. (Evan Drellich; Masslive.com)

A decade ago, the Red Sox put us through one of the most heartbreaking games in the team's history, but that season did provide us with one special offense. (Paul Swydan; Fangraphs)

Ryan Rowland-Smith had a chance to opt out of his deal with the Red Sox and look for a better opportunity elsewhere, but turned it down. He explains why. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Craig Breslow came up big in yesterday's extra inning win, and he's been a solid member of the bullpen all year. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

Manny Ramirez couldn't make it stick in his comeback attempt in Texas, as he was released from the organization yesterday. (Aaron Gleeman; Hardball Talk)

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