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Daily Red Sox Links: Alex Cora, Rafael Devers, Sean Newcomb

Today’s links look at Alex Cora’s tough Sunday, the team’s luxury tax status, and another reliever falling off the board.

Minnesota Twins v Boston Red Sox Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images

While the Red Sox were winning at Fenway on Sunday afternoon, Alex Cora was dealing with a much, much bigger loss. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald)

A lot has been made about the Red Sox trying to stay under that top-level luxury tax threshold at $237 million. According to one report, they are already over it. (Evan Drellich; NBC Sports Boston)

Rafael Devers, of course, hit the disabled list on Sunday. The good news is that he felt he could have come back sooner than ten days, and the team is cautiously optimistic he’ll only miss the minimum amount of time. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Relievers continue to come off the board ahead of the trade deadline, and Brad Brach is the latest one. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Nathan Eovaldi made his Fenway debut on Sunday. Here, a whole lot of former players reflect on their time at the park. (Nicole Yang;

Sean Newcomb, a Braves pitcher from Middleborough, MA, was one out away from a no-hitter on Sunday. (The internet also found some very offensive tweets from his past.) (David Schoenfield; ESPN)