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Daily Red Sox Links: Ryan Kalish, Will Middlebrooks, Justin Henry

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Today's links include stories on another injury to the outfield, the Red Sox's pitching pipeline, and manager-umpire arguments.

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On Friday, it was announced that Ryan Kalish would have to undergo surgery, adding to a career that's been held back by various injuries. This continues a string of injuries that the Red Sox outfield has suffered over recent years. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

If the Red Sox want to get back to being a premier organization in Major League Baseball, they need their pitching to get back to a top-notch level. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

One of the more exciting players to look forward to on Boston's roster in 2013 is Will Middlebrooks, who is more than ready for the season to start. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

Versatility is a premiume asset to have in baseball, and Red Sox minor-leaguer Justin Henry possesses just that. (Maureen Mullen; CSN New England)

If you're like me, you are always wondering what exactly is being said during manager's arguments with the umpires. Evan Brunell and Ben Lindbergh help us with this question. (Evan Brunell & Ben Lindbergh; Baseball Prospectus) (Warning: Strong Language)

Bryan Grosnick looks at the longest-tenured players for each team in baseball. (Bryan Grosnick; Platoon Advantage)

Joe Reilly remembers Nomar Garciaparra, which is probably an enjoyable exercise for all of us. (Joe Reilly; Fire Brand of the AL)

Our own Marc Normandin talks about the Mets trying to circumvent MLB's newest compensation rules. (Marc Normandin; Baseball Nation)