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Daily Red Sox Links: Jacoby Ellsbury, Garin Cecchini, Ben Cherington

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Today's links look at what the MVP voting says about this Red Sox roster, how Boston's approach last winter can't be applied by every team, and new ticket pricing for 2014.

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Once again, Miguel Cabrera won the MVP award over Mike Trout. Aside from that, this vote also told us a lot about how the Red Sox roster was constructed. (Alex Speier; WEEI.com)

A lot has been said about the "Red Sox model" for an offseason approach, but it isn't something that can work for every team. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

Some people seem worried about how well Jacoby Ellsbury will age, but he may end up being a productive player for the length of his next contract. (Dave Cameron; ESPN.com) ($$$$)

Garin Cecchini had a very productive time at the Arizona Fall League, and will be taking home some hardware. (Kevin Pereira; Sox Prospects)

Speaking of the AFL, Mookie Betts had quite a fall as well, and was a big part of the Surprise Saguaros winning the championship. (Peter Abraham; Boston.com)

The Red Sox will have a new pricing structure for their tickets this year. (Mike McDermott; Providence Journal)

Robinson Cano is the biggest name on the free agent market this year, and the wait for him to sign could be a long one. (Bill Baer; Hardball Talk)

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