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Daily Red Sox Links: Jose Iglesias, Dustin Pedroia, David Ross

Today's edition includes stories on the struggles of Jose Iglesias, the lovable Dustin Pedroia, and how Boston can learn something from an AL East rival.

Jared Wickerham

Jose Iglesias' struggles have created a trade dilemma at third. The shortstop has collected just 11 hits in his last 60 at-bats. (Alex Speier;

Why is it so easy to love Dustin Pedroia? (Jack Keller; Fire Brand of the AL)

David Ross, who's currently on the 60-day DL (concussion), rejoined the Red Sox Thursday, but he hasn't been cleared to begin baseball related activities. (Gordon Edes;

With Thursday's rainout, Boston has shifted its rotation a bit. (Tim Healey;

Red Sox scouts were in attendance for Jake Peavy's start against the Tigers on Thursday. (Gordon Edes;

Several scouts were on hand to see Brian Wilson pitch in Los Angeles on Thursday. Wilson has been thrown out there as an option for the Red Sox, even though it was reported by Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald that the Red Sox have no current interest in the 31-year-old. (Danny Knobler; CBS Sports)

The Red Sox can learn a thing or two from the Rays about cultivating home grown players. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

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