Daily Red Sox Links: Infield, Hall of Fame

Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

Today's links are mainly concerned with yesterday's announcing of the 2014 Hall of Fame class, and also touch on Boston's infield and some shirseys.

Right now, the infield for the Red Sox looks to be a strength heading into 2014. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

The Hall of Fame voting results were released yesterday, and former playoff hero Curt Schilling fell short. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

Ever wonder what the best available Red Sox shirseys are? The guys at Cespedes Family Barbeque made a list, with a little help from our own Matt Kory. (Jake Mintz & Matt Kory; Cespedes Family BBQ)

The Red Sox pulled off one of the best turnarounds in baseball history last season. Which team is poised to do so in 2014? (Jonah Keri; Grantland)

Sean McAdam shares his thoughts on this year's Hall of Fame class. (CSN New England) (video)

Another former Red Sox pitcher fell short of the 75 percent mark to make it into the Hall, and Roger Clemens is keeping quiet about it. (Richard Justice; MLB.com)

There are many people out there who are completely fed up with the entire voting process for getting players to Cooperstown. Does it need a complete overhaul, though, or just a bit of tweaking? (Ken Rosenthal; Fox Sports)

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