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Daily Red Sox Links: Rubby De La Rosa, Allen Webster, Mookie Betts

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Today's links look at the depth from which Boston dealt from to rebuild the rotation, the depth they hung on to, and interest in Allen Craig.

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Obviously it would be ideal for the Red Sox to get an ace atop their rotation, but how essential is it to winning? (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

If they do want to go that route, though, they have enough young pitching to get it done. (Jason Mastrodonato; Masslive.com)

They did lose a little of that depth. Jeff Pini takes a look back at the Rubby De La Rosa and Allen Webster era. (Jeff Pini; Boston.com)

Sox Prospects has the scouting report for all involved in the Wade Miley deal. (Ian Cundall & Chaz Fiorino; Sox Prospects)

A key to all of these deals for Ben Cherington was keeping the top-flight pitching talent in the organization. (Ryan Hannable; WEEI.com)

Larry Lucchino continues to lament the loss of Jon Lester. (John Tomase; Boston Herald)

In non-pitching news, the Red Sox are considering Mookie Betts for a key role for 2015. (Kyle Brasseur; ESPN Boston)

While he won't net an ace, Allen Craig is receiving interest from multiple teams. (Drew Silva; Hardball Talk)

The road to contention will be a clogged one next year. (Dayn Perry; CBS Sports)