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Daily Red Sox Links: Craig Breslow, Andrew Bailey, Stephen Drew

Today's links look at Craig Breslow's never-ending time spent under the radar, the purchasing of beard balls, and some major concerns the Red Sox need to look at this winter.

Dilip Vishwanat

Craig Breslow has been overlooked for a long time, and hopefully the 2013 run helped to get him a bit more of the spotlight moving forward. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

He seemed like a non-tender candidate, but it seems that Andrew Bailey could very well be brought back by the Red Sox for 2014. (Peter Abraham;

Remember the beard balls? Well, David Ortiz's shavings sold for a disturbing amount of money. (Darren Rovell; ESPN Boston)

In the wake of Jhonny Peralta's deal with St. Louis, there has been an outcry of steroid users getting paid. Mike Petriello explains why it's okay. (Mike Petriello; Fangraphs)

According to Rafael Furcal, the Red Sox are one of the teams who have expressed interest in the veteran shortstop. (Alex Speier;

John Tomase looks at three concerns surrounding the Red Sox this offseason. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

Would it be possible for the Red Sox to sign Stephen Drew, then immediately trade him? (Jason Mastrodonato;

The Dodgers find themselves with an impressive list of names in their rotation, but is there enough uncertainty around them to acquire another man for their rotation? (Marc Normandin; Sports on Earth)

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