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Daily Red Sox Links: John Farrell, Rubby De La Rosa, Cody Ross

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All your required Red Sox reading is right here. Pieces on John Farrell, Cody Ross, Rubby De La Rosa and much more.

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Here's what you should be reading today:

Rubby De La Rosa could be incredible. The names "Martinez" and "Pedro" come up sometimes. We probably shouldn't hold our breath though. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Jay Jaffe looks at some of the different possibilities to fill Bobby V's vacant office. (Jay Jaffe; SI.com)

TBS: not the best, not the worst, just what we get. (Will Leitch; Sports On Earth)

After ridding Red Sox Nation of Bobby Valentine maybe it's time to solve at least part of the Red Sox outfield conundrum for the next few years by bringing back Cody Ross. (Tim Britton; The Providence Journal)

Dan Butler and Che-Hsuan Lin mark the start of Sox Prospects' end of season review. (Chris Hatfield; Sox Prospects)

Will John Farrell cost a bushel? And how much is that in cubits? (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

Josh Hamilton is about the oddest free agent case I can fathom. (Dave Cameron Fan Graphs)

The Orioles won last night, tying up their series with New York, but they're probably still not very good. (Jonathan Bernhardt; Sports On Earth)

Terry Francona is now the Indians manager. Good for him, and best of luck, but I don't see how this ends well. (Joe Lemire; SI.com)

Mike Lowell isn't interested in managing right now. (ESPN Boston)

Is there value on the free agent market when it comes to starting pitching? Tim Britton thinks so, and really, who are we to argue? (Tim Britton; The Providence Journal)