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Daily Red Sox Links: Jackie Bradley Jr., David Price, Drew Pomeranz

Today we try to figure out if JBJ is just streaky or back to normal, David Price’s relationship with the media gets colder and Drew Pomeranz is succeeding of late.

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Jackie Bradley Jr. has been hitting extremely well recently. Has he just found the magic again or is it just more streakiness? (Evan Davis; FanRag Sports)

The relationship between David Price and the Boston media is getting icier and icier. (Tom Ley; Deadspin)

We already talked about this, but here’s another piece taking a look back at the Drew Pomeranz trade. (Jen McCaffrey; MassLive)

Plus and examination of why Pomeranz has suddenly become the second-most effective starter on the team. A less potent curveball is surprisingly part of the reason. (Christopher Smith; MassLive)

Henry Owens continues to struggle with his control. And not in a cool, Hulk-out-into-a-green-rage-monster kind of way. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Sonny Gray isn’t a logical trade target for the Red Sox, but with the deadline approaching, Boston will certainly be looking to deal. However, Dave Dombrowski shouldn’t gut the farm system to make a swap. (Jacob Shafer; Bleacher Report)

In 20 years of playing the Rays at Tropicana Field, the Red Sox have had quite a lot of success. (Bill Speros; Boston Herald)