Daily Red Sox Links: Stephen Drew, Jackie Bradley, Mookie Betts

Rich Gagnon

Today's links include some good news for Curt Schilling, whether or not it's time for the Red Sox to make serious changes, and stop being mean to AJ Pierzynski.

After this tough west coast road trip, Rob Bradford argues that it's time the Red Sox start turning over their roster. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

The Red Sox family got some good news yesterday, with Curt Schilling announcing that he is in remission. (Jim Leary; Sox Space)

Stephen Drew has been struggling since signing with the Red Sox, but he knew what he was getting into. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

Jackie Bradley has also experienced some rough moments, and is hoping a tweak in his stance can help him get back to form. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Speaking of Bradley, R.J. Anderson discusses what the Red Sox can possibly do with their center fielder going forward. (R.J. Anderson; Baseball Prospectus) ($$$)

Here is your daily Mookie Betts fix. (Maureen Mullen; Boston.com)

A.J. Pierzynski would appreciate it if you stopped talking about his tough season offensively. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

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