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Daily Red Sox Links: Stephen Drew, Jonny Gomes, Jake Peavy

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Today's links take a look at Stephen Drew's production, the strength of Boston's bullpen, and the platoon that is currently happening at third base.

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Now that he's gotten some time to get in a rhythym, Stephen Drew has been in a real groove. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Before the trade deadline, the only relief pitcher the Sox picked up was Matt Thornton, and they've had some minor leaguers promoted to sure it up. Does the bullpen still have holes? (Andre Khatchaturian; Fire Brand of the AL)

In order to rest their starters, the Red Sox will be calling up a spot start for Tuesday's game against the juggernaut that is the Houston Astros. (Kyle Brassuer; ESPN Boston)

With good early returns, Brandon Snyder and Brock Holt! are showing a platoon at third base can work. (Scott McLaughlin; WEEI.com)

Jonny Gomes has been one of the most fun players to watch this season, especially of late. (Ron Chimelis; Masslive.com)

Jake Peavy was tremendous in his Red Sox debut, and his antics on the mound were highly animated as well. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

This year's Red Sox team has been a breath of fresh air compared to recent seasons, and their end-of-game heroics is a big reason for it. (Sean McAdam; CSN New England)

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