Daily Red Sox Links: Koji Uehara, Burke Badenhop, Mike Napoli

Jared Wickerham

Today's links look at a tired Koji Uehara, Brandon Workman's progression at AAA, and the next step for the newly .500 Red Sox.

Burke Badenhop knows about run expectancies, but doesn't stress in situations like the one he came into on Wednesday. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Koji Uehara's numbers still look great, but he doesn't feel as well as his numbers look. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

Mike Napoli has only been playing first base full-time for a little over a year now, but he looks like a seasoned vet. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

Though his results don't look great, Brandon Workman has been progressing in his time with Pawtucket. (Matt Huegel; Sox Prospects)

The first wave of youth hasn't exactly burst onto the scene for the Red Sox in 2014. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

A year ago today, Boston had a bullpen in shambles. Now, it's arguably the team's biggest strength. (Katie Morrison; WEEI.com)

Now that the Red Sox have finally reached .500 again, what's next? (Maureen Mullen; Boston.com)

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