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Daily Red Sox Links: Jose Iglesias, Daniel Nava, Jackie Bradley

Today's links include stories on the shortstop situation for the Red Sox, Daniel Nava's superb start, and the deep farm system in this organization.


Stephen Drew is on his way to Boston to make his debut with the Red Sox, and because of that Jose Iglesias is making the trip back to Pawtucket. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Speaking of this decision, Gordon Edes and Tony Lee debate which course of action the team should make. (Gordon Edes & Tony Lee; ESPN Boston)

Hey, it looks like the non-story from hell will finally be ending on Wednesday! (Peter Abraham;

The Angels were one of the favorites in the American League heading into the season, but they unfortunately suffered what looks like it could be a blow to their starting rotation. Will it end up affecting them too drastically, though? (Dave Cameron; Fangraphs)

When people talk about Daniel Nava, the conversation tends to gravitate towards his journey to the big leagues. Alex Speier says it's time to stop talking about him like that. (Alex Speier;

Not only does Matt Harvey have a dynamite first name, but he also is pretty good at pitching baseballs. (Howard Medgal; Sports on Earth)

After his stellar spring and subsequent call-up, Jackie Bradley has been the talk of Boston. However, he's just the start of an upcoming influx of young talent. (Ian Browne;

Dan Szymborski, the creator of the ZiPS projection system, gives us five causes for concern from the start of the regular season. (Dan Szymborski; ($$$)