Daily Red Sox Links: Brock Holt, Will Middlebrooks, Koji Uehara

Jim Rogash

Today's links look at Boston's rough defensive start, that same defense's strategies towards shifting, and Koji Uehara doing something he hasn't done since the beginning of last August.

The Red Sox haven't gotten off to an ideal start, and part of that can be attributed to some shaky defense. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

It happened quickly, but why did the Red Sox change their minds on Brock Holt? (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

Last Thursday was an excellent win for the Red Sox, and they followed a blueprint that led to so much success a year ago. (Chad Finn; Boston.com)

In a bit of good news, Will Middlebrooks will be starting his rehab assignment in Pawtucket tonight. (Kyle Brasseur; ESPN Boston)

In terms of shifting, the Red Sox like to adjust given the pitcher on the mound. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Felix Doubront struggled in his first few starts, but over the weekend he delivered with a very nice outing. (Mark Daniels; Boston Herald)

It's going to sound unbelievable, but Koji Uehara actually walked a guy this weekend. (Phil Perry; CSN New England)

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