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Daily Red Sox Links: Mookie Betts, John Farrell, Eduardo Nuñez

Today’s links look at the Red Sox’ aggressive style of play, John Farrell’s contract situation and the Cy Young race.

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All year long, the Red Sox have made no apologies for their aggressive style of play, a style that paid off in a big way on Sunday. (Scott Lauber; ESPN)

Mookie Betts was the most notable aggressive player of the day, and he’s been heating of late. This, of course, is a huge development for Boston. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

As Evan Drellich reminds us, John Farrell’s contract runs out after next year. This means the Red Sox need to make a decision on the manager’s future before the 2018 season begins. (Evan Drellich; CSN New England)

Nick Cafardo opines that this season has contained some of Farrell’s best work. (Nick Cafardo; Boston Globe)

Speaking of Farrell, with all of the news of players protesting racial injustice during the national anthem the Red Sox manager said he’d support any of his players who decided to do so. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Matt Kory writes about the AL Cy Young race, a race that is going to come right down to the bitter end. (Matt Kory; BP Boston)

The Red Sox got some good news beyond the wins this weekend as Eduardo Nuñez could be back as soon as Monday. (Tim Britton; Providence Journal)

Among his MLB Notes, Sean McAdam tries to decide which potential playoff matchup would be better for the Red Sox. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

In their trip to Cincinnati this past weekend the Red Sox got to say goodbye to Bronson Arroyo, the last active player from the 2004 team. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)