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Daily Red Sox Links: Jackie Bradley, Hanley Ramirez, Clay Buchholz

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Today's links look at this outrageous stretch from the Red Sox offense, competition coming in the rotation, and the team's reaction (or lack thereof) to MLB's investigation.

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Where in the world did this offensive outburst from the Red Sox lineup come from? (Sean McAdam; CSN New England)

Jackie Bradley has been the biggest part of this hot streak, and he has an interesting viewpoint on talking about mechanics. (Evan Drellich; Boston Herald)

Either way, there is something special happening with this lineup. Hanley Ramirez recognizes this. (Henry McKenna; Boston.com)

Boston has some rotation help coming back soon, and with all of the arms fighting for starting jobs, John Farrell is stressing competition. (Ryan Hannable; WEEI)

As frustrating as he may be, the reality is the Red Sox don't have better options than Clay Buchholz. (Ben Carsley; BP Boston)

Reporters reached out to Dave Dombrowski regarding MLB's investigation into the team's international signings. As expected, he could not comment on the situation. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive)

As incredible as last night's offensive outburst was, the best part of the night might've been this from David Ortiz. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Josh Reddick is one of the bigger recent successes of the Red Sox player development system, and he's setting himself up to get paid this winter. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)