Daily Red Sox Links: Jackie Bradley, Grady Sizemore, John Lackey

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Today's links look at the competition in center field, other roster decisions, and the future of the team's shortstop position.

Rob Bradford sorts through some of the roster decisions Ben Cherington will have to make before Opening Day. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

Despite Grady Sizemore's recent surge, Jackie Bradley still seems like the favorite to start the year as the starting center fielder. (Jared Carrabis; Sox Space)

Speaking of Bradley, he is still feeling good and looking forward to the season starting. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

Peter Abraham takes his second stab at projecting the Opening Day roster. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

Bradley's competition, Sizemore, has been impressing everyone this spring, and took it to another level yesterday. (Rick Weber; ESPN Boston)

John Lackey took the mound in yesterday's game, and broke out his cutter for the first time this spring. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

The future is bright for the Red Sox at shortstop, with Xander Bogaerts and Deven Marrero moving up the system. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

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