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Daily Red Sox Links: Mookie Betts, Clay Buchholz, Chris Young

Today's links look at the team's plan at third base, Steven Wright's timetable and the impending return of Andrew Benintendi.

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If you want to make the case for Mookie Betts winning the MVP, this is how you'd do it. (Paul Swydan; Fangraphs)

Yoan Moncada was named the every day third baseman, then was taken out of the role after struggling for a few games. How reactionary will the Red Sox be at the position moving forward? (Evan Drellich; Boston Herald)

Just when we thought he was toast, Clay Buchholz has turned his season around. It's the most Clay Buchholz thing to do. (Brian MacPherson; Providence Journal)

With this turnaround, he's forcing Boston's hand this winter. (Brett Cowett; BP Boston)

In related rotation news, the team isn't sure when Steven Wright will pitch again this year. (Ian Browne;

Lost amidst some of the names in this lineup, Chris Young has been phenomenal for the Red Sox. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

His former platoon mate, Andrew Benintendi, could return as soon as next week. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Included in this edition of Baseball Prospectus' Notes From The Field feature is a blurb on Mauricio Dubon. (BP Prospect Team)

Dubon wasn't a postseason All-Star, but six other Red Sox minor leaguers were. (Conor Duffy; Sox Prospects)