Daily Red Sox Links: Koji Uehara, Garin Cecchini, Drake Britton

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Today's links include stories on Koji Uehara's Monday, Garin Cecchini's baseball acumen, and a friendship between Drake Britton and a former Red Sox farmhand.

Read what some of Red Sox players had to say about Koji Uehara's appearance on Monday. (Gordon Edes; ESPNBoston.com)

There's another thing Garin Cecchini is good at, and Jason Mastrodonato explains what it is. (Jason Mastrodonato; MassLive.com)

On Sunday, Red Sox lefty Drake Britton shared an emotional moment with former Red Sox farmhand, and currently Twins reliever, Ryan Pressly. This is a tremendous story. (Mike Berardino; Twin Cities)

Brian MacPherson takes a look at Boston's next wave of pitching prospects. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

The Red Sox can become baseball's next dynasty if they sign two upcoming, in-house free agents. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

Jerry Remy talked about his long-awaited return to NESN's booth. (Meredith Perri; WEEI.com)

SoxProspects collected all of last week's news from Fort Myers, just in case you missed any of it. (Will Woodward; SoxProspects.com)

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