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Daily Red Sox Links: Kris Bryant, J.A. Happ, Jeremy Wu-Yelland

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We’re still waiting for actual player movement for the Red Sox this winter, but we did get a bit of a rumor on Monday. Specifically, they apparently asked about Kris Bryant over the summer and could go down that road again this winter. (Mark Gonzales; Chicago Tribune)

Don’t get overly excited about the possibility just yet, though. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

This one isn’t quite as sexy as the Bryant rumor, of course, but the Red Sox are also rumored to be interested in former Yankee and Blue Jay J.A. Happ. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Chad Jennings tries his hand at an initial roster projection for Opening Day, with a few new names on the proposed roster. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic)

John Tomase looks back at the year that was for Nathan Eovaldi and wonders what we can expect from the righty moving forward. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

Jeremy Wu-Yelland was the lowest ranking draftee for the Red Sox this summer, but remember that name. (Julian McWilliams; Boston Globe)

Jim Crowell catches us up on where the Red Sox are playing winter league, some of which have started and others have not yet. (Jim Crowell; Sox Prospects)