Daily Red Sox Links: Allen Webster, Bryce Brentz, Rich Hill

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Today's links includes stories on vets helping Allen Webster, Bryce Brentz's goal for this spring, and Boston's young pitching.

If Allen Webster enjoys success this year in Boston, you can thank John Lackey and Jon Lester for playing a part in it. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

Last year, Bryce Brentz left a bad impression on Red Sox fans and the club. This spring, he, like all prospects, is looking to leave his mark the right way. (Gordon Edes; ESPNBoston.com)

Rich Hill returned to camp on Thursday after the passing of his newborn son. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

Mike Petraglia explains why Boston's pitchers have a significant amount of trust in their catchers. (Mike Petraglia; WEEI.com)

The decision to call up young pitchers is more art than science. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Some Red Sox fans, myself included, have dreamt of the day when Giancarlo Stanton dons a Red Sox uniform. One of his former teammates believes he'd crush the Green Monster. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Deven Marrero is inching his way towards the majors. (Jason Mastrodonato; MassLive.com)

Former Red Sox shortstop Jose Iglesias is loved in Detroit and is working hard to succeed there. (Matt Crossman; Sports on Earth)

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