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Daily Red Sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, Jon Lester, Allen Webster

Today's edition includes stories on the Dustin Pedroia, the youngster- turned-veteran, Jon Lester forgetting what transpired last season, and Allen Webster's lights out performance.


It feels like it was yesterday when Dustin Pedroia entered the batter's box at Fenway for the first time. Now, the soon-to-be 30-year-old is a veteran entering the prime of his career. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

Jon Lester is putting his horrid 2012 campaign behind him and is showing signs of reverting to his old self. (Jon Morosi;

Allen Webster's prospect status warrants enough attention, but after striking out a quartet of major league hitters and displaying a 99 mph fastball, the 23-year-old can enjoy more attention. (Peter Abraham;

The rapport between Steven Wright and Tim Wakefield is growing strong. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Jonny Gomes knows how to jump start team, as history proves. (Gordon Edes;

Bobby Valentine said some interesting stuff in his conversation with Steve Buckley. (Steve Buckley; Boston Herald)

The sporting landscape is changing in Boston. For the first time in years, the Red Sox will take the back seat in favor of the Bruins, opines Kirk Minihane. (Kirk Minihane;

This Boston Globe piece will make you think twice about athletes and their charitable foundations. (Callum Borchers; Boston Globe) ($$$)