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Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, Drew Pomeranz, Michael Chavis

Today’s links look at one of the reasons behind Sunday’s comeback, the top three in Boston’s rotation and an update on Dustin Pedroia

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The Red Sox’ incredible eighth-inning rally can be traced back to a drill they took part in during spring training. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal) ($$)

Many will obviously bring up Boston’s early-season schedule, but they are doing what they are supposed to do by beating bad teams. (Nick Cafardo; Boston Globe)

Boston has gotten terrific performances from their top three starting pitchers, and Michael Silverman tries to figure out where that trio fits in the league-wide context. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

Eduardo Rodriguez would like to be put in the same sentence of that trio, but he struggled some on Sunday thanks to a one-pitch approach. (Kevin Dillon; Masslive)

Dustin Pedroia is getting closer to returning to the major-league diamond, and the next step in his rehab is to run the bases. (Craig Forde;

Drew Pomeranz is also working his way back, and he made a rehab appearance in Pawtucket on Sunday. Control was a big issue. (Nick Friar; Providence Journal)

Chris Colabello was once suspended after testing positive for the same PED that led to Michael Chavis’ suspension, and the former Blue Jays believes the Red Sox top prospect when he says he didn’t knowingly take the drug. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)