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Daily Red Sox Links: Dave Dombrowski, Todd Frazier, Trey Ball

Today’s links look at the lineup’s power issue, the weakness of the farm system, and the (lack of) possibility of trading Rafael Devers.

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Charlie Clark takes a look at the utter lack of power in the Red Sox lineup. (Charlie Clark; BP Boston)

Todd Frazier seemed like the logical solution to that, but Michael Silverman argues the Red Sox were right not to get desperate for the White Sox third baseman. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

The Yankees, of course, ended up with Frazier, and it made things a lot more difficult for the Red Sox. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Evan Drellich argues that this deal, and lack thereof from Boston’s perspective, shows Boston’s weakness in the trade market. (Evan Drellich; CSN New England)

While they missed out this time, John Farrell is confident in Dave Dombrowski. (Nick Neville; WEEI)

Since the All-Star break, the Red Sox have been playing an absurd amount of baseball. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Here’s a shocker: Rafael Devers will not be available in trades. (Kevin Dillon; Masslive)

Ian Cundall has an update on how Trey Ball is looking at Double-A. (Ian Cundall; Sox Prospects)