Daily Red Sox Links: Clay Buchholz, Jackie Bradley, Jake Peavy

Today's links look at the center field competition (of course), David Ortiz's spring struggles, and a forgotten prospect adding to his value.

Clay Buchholz has felt fine this spring, but he's still waiting for one pitch to catch up with his progress. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Whatever the Red Sox decide to do in center field, Jackie Bradley is ready for it. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

Speaking of which, the team has left themselves with a few different options given Grady Sizemore's emergence this spring. (Jared Carrabis; Sox Space)

David Ortiz hasn't looked too great in camp this year, but no one is very worried about it. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

He's not Jon Lester or Clay Buchholz, but there is still a lot to be excited about regarding Jake Peavy. (Mike Petraglia; WEEI.com)

Sean Coyle is an often overlooked prospect, and he's expanding his versatility by learning a new position. (Jon Meoli; Sox Prospects)

The game underwent a few rule changes this winter, and the Red Sox have done well adjusting. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

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