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Daily Red Sox Links: Hanley Ramirez, Brock Holt, Koji Uehara

Today's links look at the Red Sox patience on offense, the history of top catching prospects, and David Ortiz's shaky memory.

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The Red Sox have done well sticking to their gameplan of making opposing pitchers grind through all of their starts. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Hanley Ramirez and Manny Ramirez live right next to each other, but their living situation isn't where the similarities end. (Rob Bradford; WEEI.com)

Brock Holt once didn't make the Red Sox for an inability to play shortstop, but he's changed people's minds on that with performances like last night's. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

What can the past performances of top catching prospects tell us about an eventual call-up for Blake Swihart? (Mark Smith; BP Boston)

Let's take a look at Koji Uehara's love for the splitter. (David Laurila; Fangraphs)

David Ortiz doesn't remember bumping an ump. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive.com)

Christian Vazquez is in the early recovery stages post-Tommy John surgery, and he paid a visit to the Red Sox clubhouse yesterday. (Sean McAdam; CSN New England)

MLB Advanced Media started rolling out their new Statcast technology, and now it's being implemented into television broadcasts. (Craig Calcaterra; Hardball Talk)