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Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, Xander Bogaerts, Jackie Bradley

Today's links look at Eduardo Rodriguez's great start to his career, John Henry's idea to turn around the offense, and patience with prospects.

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To the surprise of no one, Eduardo Rodriguez is not heading back to Pawtucket. (Phil Perry; CSN New England)

Through his first two starts, Rodriguez's career is off to one hell of start. (Gordon Edes; ESPN Boston)

What kind of realistic expectations should we set for him? (Bryan Grosnick; BP Boston)

In order to fix a stagnante offense, John Henry is asking for the Red Sox to do something that's out of character for them. (John Tomase;

It's not all bad, though. Xander Bogaerts is starting to turn it around. (Wayne Epps Jr.; Boston Globe)

Jackie Bradley is hitting well in Pawtucket, but don't expect him to be back up in Boston any time soon. (Christopher Smith;

If Boston needs a blueprint on being patient with their prospects, they needn't look any further than their current opponent. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

Who did the Red Sox give up to get Alejandro de Aza? (John Gray; Sox Prospects)