Daily Red Sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, David Ortiz, Jackie Bradley, Jr.

Jim Rogash

Today's links look at bad Pedroia memories, Ortiz's charity t-shirt, and Jackie Bradley, Jr's approach.

With the results coming back negative on Dustin Pedroia's wrist injury, it looks like Red Sox fans won't have to worry about reliving 2010 all over again. (Alex Speier; WEEI)

In more uplifting news than the Samsung saga, David Ortiz is raising money for his charitable foundation -- the David Ortiz Children's Fund -- again. He's doing so through another sale of shirts emblazoned with his famous "This is Our F'N City" line from his speech before the first game following the tragedy at last year's Boston Marathon. (Nick O'Malley; MassLive.com)

Jackie Bradley Jr., the value of staying calm and the trouble with small sample sizes. (Howard Megdal; Sports on Earth)

What can the Red Sox learn from the Patriots regarding free agency? Other than the dangers of potentially overspending on a cornerback, of course. (Ben Shapiro; MassLive.com)

Spend five minutes at Sox Prospects, learn all you need to know about the Red Sox farm system for the week. (Sox Prospects)

With Lester rejecting the team's $70 million dollar offer it is finally time for the Sox to get serious with the left-hander, according to the Boston Globe's Peter Abraham. You know he's serious because he used bullet points. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

There's no pleasure, no rapture, no exquisite sin greater than reading a poorly written article railing against advanced statistics. And this one is a doozy. (Sean Newell; Deadspin)

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