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Daily Red Sox Links: Rafael Devers, Eduardo Rodriguez, David Price

Today’s links look at Boston’s aggressive baserunning, the team’s performance against southpaws, and the passing waiver deadline.

New York Yankees v Boston Red Sox Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images

Chris Teeter tries to determine whether Boston’s aggressive baserunning has been worth it. (Chris Teeter; BP Boston)

Rafael Devers has been up in the majors for a month now. Here’s what we’ve learned. (Nicole Yang; Boston.com)

For much of this year, and his career, Eduardo Rodriguez has been undone by one poor inning. The Red Sox are trying to fix that. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

The Red Sox haven’t been quite the same against left-handed pitching. What’s up with that? (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

With the Red Sox getting healthy, the lineup is about to get crowded. Chad Jennings argues that Hanley Ramirez should remain in the lineup. (Chad Jennings; Boston Herald)

August 31 has come and gone, and Dave Dombrowski passed on his last chance to improve this roster. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

David Price had a bullpen session this week, and things went well. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)