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Daily Red sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, John Farrell, Alexi Ogando

Today's links look at an angry Dustin Pedroia, a slightly less angry John Farrell, and Boston's failing plan.

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Dustin Pedroia gave an emphatic speech to the media and ensured everyone the Red Sox would be better. Starting tonight, of course. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Prior to yesterday's game, John Farrell led yet another team meeting to try and get Boston going. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

The manager also answered questions regarding the calls for his job. (Christopher Smith;

The Red Sox had a clear plan coming into the season, and it has failed. (Rob Bradford;

Can Alexi Ogando build up his value to become a useful trade chip at the deadline? (Ryan P. Morrison; BP Boston)

At least the rest of the division is still somewhat lackluster? (Dan Connolly; Boston Herald)

Here's a nice story about Boston's 32nd round draft pick. (Scott Barboza; ESPN Boston)