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Daily Red Sox Links: Clay Buchholz, Joel Hanrahan, Andrew Miller

Today's edition includes stories on Clay Buchholz's timetable (of lack thereof) for a return, an injured closer's take on Andrew Bailey's situation, and a former Red Sox sounds off on Yasiel Puig's All-Star bid.

Jim Rogash

There's no timetable for Clay Buchholz's return, but he did throw yesterday and is on a throwing program. (Scott Barboza; ESPNBoston,com)

Joel Hanrahan believes Andrew Bailey will be the Red Sox closer again this season. Oh, he also discusses how he's feeling after the procedures to his right arm. (Evan Drellich;

Andrew Miller has been the most reliable option out of the bullpen this season. (Gordon Edes;

An American League scout weighed in on what he saw from a few Red Sox prospects who currently reside in Pawtucket. (Brendan McGair; Pawtucket Times)

Two former Red Sox executives authored the first trade of the month, but Boston had little interest in the moving piece. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Alex Speier explains how the Red Sox will approach the trading deadline. (Alex Speier;

There's a human side of the trade deadline, and former Red Sox Gabe Kapler tells that side of the story. (Gabe Kapler;

Jonathan Papelbon was very candid when asked about Yasiel Puig's chances of making the All-Star team. (Craig Calcaterra; Hardball Talk)

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