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Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, Michael Chavis, Triston Casas

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Eduardo Rodriguez’ emergence in 2019 has been one of the few positive developments of the year for the Red Sox. They can’t afford any sort of major regression in 2020. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

Michael Chavis isn’t going to play in the majors again this year, but he will get some work in as an outfielder in winter ball. (Dawn Klemish; RedSox.com)

Darwinzon Hernandez is likely going to be sticking in the bullpen in the future as well, but his season is just about over with maybe one more appearance this weekend before being shut down for 2019. (Chris Cotillo; Masslive)

After cutting ties with some of their front office after the Dave Dombrowski firing, some were surprise the Red Sox opted to stick with Tony La Russa. Here’s why they did. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic)

Triston Casas just recently wrapped up his first full season as a professional, and he showed the skills to be the next big thing in this farm system. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

Speaking of which, let’s look at the state of the farm as the organization transitions to a new era. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)