In today’s links, Jackie Bradley Jr. is part of a fielding revolution, Mitch Moreland makes the most of his hits and J.D. Martinez explains part of his approach.

Jackie Bradley Jr. has robbed a few home runs in his day and he’s not alone. (Ben Lindbergh; The Ringer)

Mitch Moreland had 12 home runs in 135 plate appearances entering Tuesday and is providing more value than you might realize. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

It doesn’t matter when he comes to the plate, J.D. Martinez is looking to do damage. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Even before his start on Tuesday, Chris Sale was lighting up the radar gun again. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

The Red Sox have been trying just about anybody as a reliever. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic) ($$)

So how does Dana LeVangie help as pitching coach? (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

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