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Daily Red Sox Links: Jacoby Ellsbury, Ryan Dempster, Barry Bonds

Today's links include stories on Jacoby Ellsbury, the Red Sox's search for starting pitching, and a case for Barry Bonds being the game's greatest ever.

Greg Fiume

Kirk Minihane think the time is now for the Red Sox to trade Jacoby Ellsbury. (Kirk Minihane;

The next move for the Red Sox to make is filling their hole in the rotation. Hunter Golden tries to get into the mind of Ben Cherington with regards to this search. (Hunter Golden; Fire Brand of the AL)

Tim Britton previews the Blue Jays seasons, after making some major moves this offseason. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Speaking of teams that have done a lot as of late, the Dodgers have spent a little cash too. Rob Neyer wonders what can stop them. (Rob Neyer; Baseball Nation)

It's been rumored that the Sox are being extra aggressive going after Ryan Dempster in their starting pitcher search. Nick Cafardo asks if he's the answer. (Nick Cafardo;

Jon Bernhardt wrote a must-read article on why Barry Bonds is the best player in baseball history. (Jon Bernhardt; Sports On Earth)

ESPN has an ongoing project in which they are revealing the best 100 players in baseball history. The Red Sox had five representatives in the 26-75 spots. (ESPN Boston)

In a major trade that went down on Tuesday, the Diamondbacks sent pitching prospect Trevor Bauer to the Indians in part of a three-team deal. Bryan Grosnick explains why they probably weren't idiots for doing so. (Bryan Grosnick; Platoon Advantage)