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Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, Chris Sale, Ramon Vazquez

Today’s links look at the Red Sox rotation, the bridge to the ninth inning and the potential two-game stint in London.

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Eduardo Rodriguez starting in a minor-league game on Tuesday, and while the numbers weren’t lights out he felt good and thinks he may actually be ready for the start of the season. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com)

You may want to sit down for this next shocking piece of information. Chris Sale is going to start on Opening Day for the Red Sox. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

We don’t know exactly how the rotation will look all year, but we have a pretty good idea of who will make starts for the team. How does Boston’s rotation stack up against others in the American League? (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive)

Matt Kory takes a look at how the bridge to Craig Kimbrel could look in 2018. (Matt Kory; BP Boston)

It seems likely that the Red Sox and Yankees will play in London in 2018, which is a smart move for the league. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

Ramon Vazquez is tasked with relaying data from the analytics department to the players, and Alex Cora sees him as a perfect fit. (Tara Sullivan; Boston Globe)