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Daily Red Sox Links: Mookie Betts, David Price, Chris Sale

In today’s links, Mookie Betts arrived on Sunday, David Price took some minor steps forward and Chris Sale is back with the team. Plus Jackie Bradley Jr.’s bat and Matt Barnes’ curveball.

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League Championship Series - Houston Astros v Boston Red Sox - Game Two Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Mookie Betts should win the AL MVP award, especially because of games like he had on Sunday. (Jack McCluskey; The Ringer)

David Price didn’t dominate in Game Two of the ALCS, but he did just enough, if you’re feeling generous, to put the Red Sox in a position to win. (Steve Buckley; The Athletic) ($$)

Price walked four batters on Sunday and that just continued a troubling trend of free passes from the Red Sox. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Chris Sale appears to be all good after a trip to the hospital on Sunday. (Eric Stephen; SB Nation)

Matt Barnes is really starting to love his curveball. (Jeff Sullivan; FanGraphs)

Jackie Bradley Jr. is best known for what he does with his glove. But sometimes, like on Sunday when he bashed a three-run double, he can punish pitchers with the lumber. (Nick Cafardo; Boston Globe)

The biggest piece of homefield advantage the Red Sox have is that big green wall in left field. What’s it called again? (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic) ($$)

Breaking news: The Red Sox and Astros are crazy good. (Grant Brisbee; SB Nation)