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Daily Red Sox Links: Craig Breslow, Yoenis Cespedes, Daniel Nava

Today's links look at Boston's search for pitching help and clarity in the outfield, as well as a consensus top-40 prospect list.

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Craig Breslow was a workhorse for the Red Sox in 2013, and he suffered the consequences this year. (Alex Speier;

Boston figures to be active on the trade market this offseason, so they need to decide how much they value all of their trade chips. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

One of the areas they'll be exploring the trade market for is starting pitching, but it's a hole that won't be an easy one to fill. (Maureen Mullen;

Another area to watch this winter is the outfield, but the picture likely will not become any clearer for quite some time. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

One of the pieces in that group that must be figured out is Yoenis Cespedes, and what his future with the team is. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

Daniel Nava will also be a name to watch, though he can still provide plenty of value if he's kept around. (Jason Mastrodonato;

Sox Prospects has finished their consensus top-40 prospects for the Red Sox farm system. (Sox Prospects Staff)

The next big Japanese pitcher is on the market, and the Red Sox could be a top competitor for his services. (Drew Silva; Hardball Talk)