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Daily Red Sox Links: Pablo Sandoval, Chris Young, Brock Holt

Today's links look at Chris Young's role this year, Eduardo Rodriguez learning from the veterans, and Henry Owens' drive to earn a rotation spot.

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Pablo Sandoval arrived at Ft. Myers yesterday and got people all riled up. (John Tomase; WEEI)

There was much less fanfare, but Chris Young officially started his Red Sox career yesterday. (Rick Weber; ESPN)

John Farrell already has decided on Young's role, at least to start the season. (Sam Galanis; NESN)

The mentoring of Eduardo Rodriguez has already begun. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

For the past two seasons, Brock Holt has started out hot and faded in the second half. He's trying to avoid that fate in 2016. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

It's assumed that Joe Kelly will be handed the fifth slot in the rotation, but Henry Owens isn't hearing any of that. (Jason Mastrodonato; Boston Herald)

Once enemies, David Price and David Ortiz should become friends this spring. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

Matt Kor bids adieu to the great Nick Punto. (Matt Kory; BP Boston)