Daily Red Sox Links: Jonny Gomes, Mike Napoli, LEGO

Rob Carr

Today's links look at Jonny Gomes' place in the line up, Mike Napoli's place in the world, and enough LEGO to recreate (a relatively small) Fenway Park.

With Shane Victorino out, Jonny Gomes will be giving the open spot at the front of the order a try. (Jason Mastrodonado; Masslive.com)

The Sox have some serious plans as they begin their first homestand. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

Easily the coolest time lapse video showing the construction of a LEGO Fenway Park you'll see this week. (Eric Wilbur; Boston.com)

While they'll still have the highest average ticket prices in the league, the team will look to entice young fans to the ballpark with discount ticket plans and toga parties. Because Larry Lucchino knows what the kids are into. (Kyle Brasseur; ESPNBoston.com)

Before being picked up by the Padres, third baseman Chase Headley thought for sure he'd be taken by the Red Sox during the 2005 draft. (Ricky Doyle; NESN.com)

Pawtucket's Garin Cecchini says he's going to focus on approach instead of box scores. Which is easy to do when you led AAA in OBP last season, one supposes. (Matt Huegel; Sox Prospects)

Mike Napoli hopes to offer David Ortiz better protection this season after Papi's major league-leading 27 intentional walks last season, when the player hitting behind him was ... Mike Napoli. (Glenn Yoder; Boston.com)

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