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Daily Red Sox Links: Jackie Bradley Jr., Rafael Devers, Tony La Russa

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The Red Sox don’t have a ton to worry about this winter in terms of players set to hit the market, but they do have one starter in Jackie Bradley Jr. for whom that applies. He hasn’t really been considered as a viable qualifying offer candidate, but Sean McAdam makes the case. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

There is still baseball going on right now, but the offseason will be here in full swing before you know it. I know this is true because MLB Trade Rumors has released their annual arbitration projections, though they’re a bit more complicated this year. (Tim Dierkes; MLB Trade Rumors)

Chad Jennings takes a deeper look at the cases specific to the Red Sox. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic)

Tony La Russa left the Red Sox when Dave Dombrowski did, and not he may be with the other Sox. He has been connected to Chicago for their managerial opening. (Boston Globe)

Dennis Eckersley has a long relationship with La Russa, and he told WEEI he doesn’t seen the match with Chicago happening. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Most of the focus right now is rightfully on the pitching side, but there are some position players who could make sense for the Red Sox this winter. (Ricky Doyle; NESN)