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Daily Red Sox Links: Jackie Bradley, Dan Levangie, Jed Lowrie

Today's links include stories on Jackie Bradley Jr.'s rise through Boston's farm system, the current state of the team's outfield, and how Ben Cherington spent money this offseason.

Christian Petersen

Jackie Bradley seems to be almost ready to break onto the major-league roster, and is taking a similar path as the one taken by Jacoby Ellsbury. (Alex Speier;

Yesterday, the Red Sox filled the hole in the coaching staff created when Gary Tuck suddenly retired last week. (Peter Abraham;

With this being the time of year where teams' farm systems are being judged by the experts, Josh Cookson looks back at how talent was developed in Boston when Theo Epstein was with the organization. (Josh Cookson; Fire Brand of the AL)

The A's, who recently acquired Jed Lowrie from Houston, have had a good offseason, especially given their lack of resources. (Jeff Moore; Hardball Times)

The Red Sox's current outfield is set right now, but their farm system looks like it will play a huge role there in the future. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Compared to the other major sports, baseball doesn't seem to be well-represented in the endorsement world. Wendy Thurm looks at whether the current wave of youth will change that. (Wendy Thurm; Fangraphs)

The Red Sox certainly made plenty of moves this winter, but did they spend their money wisely? (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)