Sox Drawer: Red Sox daily links for Tuesday, August 26th


The “Sox Drawer” runs Tuesdays and Thursdays on BoSox Injection. We compile material about the team from all corners of the Internet, as well as some general baseball-related links. If you have suggestions, hit us up on Twitter @BoSoxInjection. 

Koji Uehara insists he’s not fatigued, says Jason Mastrodonato. That said, a few days off couldn’t hurt for a closer on a last place team.

Nick Cafardo on the inconsistent Clay Buchholz and questions about the Boston pitching staff moving into 2015.

Curious about Rusney Castillo? Here’s the scouting report on the newest Red Sox outfielder, courtesy of Ben Badler.

Michael Hurley thinks Castillo’s upside is a reason to be bullish on the signing.

Peter Gammons has a look at the struggles of 2014’s top prospects, including Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley.

Old friend Patrick Green digs into the numbers to explain the AL East-leading Orioles offense.

Count me among those who were really impressed by Mo’ne Davis in the Little League World Series. But she’s far from the first girl to take the stage.

You can’t hate on the South Korean Little League World Series champs. They’re enthusiastic and they can rake. But it’s humorous to wonder how these celebrations would go over in the Majors.