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Daily Red Sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, Shane Victorino, Cliff Lee

Today's links include stories on a decent baseball player named Dustin Pedroia, some under-the-radar prospects in Boston's farm system, and a possible trade for Cliff Lee.

Jared Wickerham

Historically, second baseman don't tend to age well, and productive typically drops into their thirties. Will Dustin Pedroia be the exception to this rule? (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Though the Sox couldn't pull out the victory on Tuesday night, Ryan Dempster showed encouraging improvements in his start. (Julian Benbow;

Chip Buck runs through five prospects in Boston's much-improved system who are flying more under the radar. (Chip Buck; Fire Brand of the AL)

There have already been plenty of ups and downs in Shane Victorino's first year in Boston, but this isn't his first experience in a rabid sports town. (Adam Kurkjian; Boston Herald)

There has been a lot of talk around town the past few days regarding a possible trade for Cliff Lee. Alex Speier looks at the risks that would be associated with acquiring him. (Alex Speier;

Count Kirk Minihane as a supporter of a trade for Philadelphia's left-handed ace. (Kirk Minihane;

Consider Jay Jaffe amongst those who are impressed by the wonder that is Dustin Pedroia. (Jay Jaffe; Sports Illustrated)

While he received a chorus of boos upon entering Tuesday's game, Jonathan Papelbon wasn't faced in his return to Boston. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)