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Daily Red Sox Links: Burke Badenhop, Stephen Drew, Felix Doubront

Today's links look at what the potential Opening Day roster could look like, why 2014 is the year Felix Doubront could finally break out, and some teams like the Red Sox who are relying on rookies.

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Burke Badenhop has gotten used to playing for new teams, and is ready to contribute out of Boston's bullpen this year. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Peter Abraham takes his first crack at predicting the Opening Day roster. (Peter Abraham;

Another day has passed with little happening on the Stephen Drew front. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

What is there to watch for in Greenville in 2014? (Marisa Ingemi; Sox Space)

Francisco Cordero was brought in largely as a depth move, but he's trying to make yet another team in his long career. (Steve Buckley; Boston Herald)

Is 2014 the year that Felix Doubront finally breaks out into a consistent mid-rotation starter? (Alex Speier;

The Red Sox are among five teams who will be relying on big production from a rookie this season. (Michael Clair; MLB Daily Dish)

Yesterday, MLB officially announced its new home plate collision rules, and they are kind of confusing. (Craig Calcaterra; Hardball Talk)