Daily Red Sox Links: Jonny Gomes, Jackie Bradley Jr., Garin Cecchini

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Today's links look at Jonny Gomes' old team, Jackie Bradley's cool head and Garin Cecchini at the hot corner.

With his former team in town, Jonny Gomes hopes to see some old friends and hand them a loss (or three.) (Mike Petraglia; WEEI)

In the ever shifting landscape of defensive strategy (see what we did there?), the Red Sox are adjusting, but it's taking some time. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

That includes Jackie Bradley Jr., who has "remains unbowed" by the problems he's had so far this season. (Jessica Camerato; WEEI)

He's not the only one that's lacking, as Nick Carfardo puts it, a "certain something" right now. (Nick Carfardo; Boston Globe)

But there's "plenty of room to improve". (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

And there's a lot to hope for from the next crop of Red Sox stars, which you can catch up on with Sox Prospects indispensable Weekly Notes column. (Sox Prospects)

Or with this piece from the Fire Brand of the AL on Garin Cecchini's rise to prominence. (Mike Scandura; Fire Brand of the AL)

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