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Daily Red Sox Links: John Farrell, Bryce Brentz, Melky Cabrera

The Daily Links bring you the best Red Sox and baseball related stories from across the internet. Today's edition includes articles on the Red Sox organization, a look at some of their prospects, and a look back at the division last year.


One of the major issues that have seemingly ailed the Red Sox over the past few seasons has been a lack of continuity and understanding throughout the organization. That doesn't look like it will be a big issue in 2013. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

While there isn't any major baseball being played, there is still the Arizona Fall League. In it, there are several guys from the Red Sox farm system playing. (Alex Speier;

So far this offseason, Torii Hunter and Melky Cabrera have both agreed to contracts. Those were two potential corner outfielders, which the Red Sox will probably be looking for. Is it time to take to re-sign Cody Ross? (Joe McDonald;

Last week, awards talk was rampant, especially surrounding the AL MVP. Charlie Saponara looks at some of the worst MVP voting in recent memory. (Charlie Saponara; The Outside Corner)

While Boston has yet to make any major moves this offseason, their division rivals in Toronto have built themselves a very solid team. (Jeff Sullivan; Fangraphs)

In that highly contested AL MVP race, both of the voters from the Boston media voted for Mike Trout. Here's Sean McAdam's reasoning for his vote. (Sean McAdam; CSN New England)

The AL East was an exciting three-team race last season, even though the Red Sox weren't involved. The division as a whole saw a huge number of injuries, though. (Cory Dawkins and Stephani Bee; Baseball Prospectus)

One of the more intriguing short-term pitching options this winter is Hiroki Kuroda. It looks as if his final landing spot has been narrowed down to two. (Matthew Pouliot; Hardball Talk)