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Daily Red Sox Links: Mookie Betts, Rusney Castillo, Koji Uehara

Today's links look at the depth Boston hopes to preserve, the potential of the lineup, and the catching depth throughout the organization.

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Mookie Betts is getting some extremely lofty comparisons. (Ken Rosenthal; Fox Sports)

That wasn't the only national feature on Betts, as Jeff Passan wrote many words on his greatness as well. (Jeff Passan; Yahoo)

The Red Sox have a few trade chips they could cash in, but they prefer to hang on to their depth. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Part of that depth is in the outfield, where there are still questions to answer before Opening Day. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Has Rusney Castillo's hot spring made him the favorite to be in the starting lineup? (Steve Silva;

David Ortiz offers his completely unbiased opinion on Boston's offense. (Scott Lauber; Boston Herald)

How will the situation behind the plate sort itself out? (Jen McCaffrey;

Sox Prospects takes a broader look at the catching throughout the organization. (James Dunne; Sox Prospects)

Things aren't looking so great for Koji Uehara. (Mike Petraglia;

Craig Goldstein previews the Eastern League, including the Portland Seadogs. (Craig Goldstein; Baseball Prospectus) ($$$)