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Daily Red Sox Links: MiLB, Dr. Fauci, Roger Clemens

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Reports came out on Tuesday that minor-league baseball was ready to give in to the contraction proposal. MiLB, for what it’s worth, has refuted the report. (JJ Cooper; Baseball America)

James Dunne looks at some pitching prospects who have been traded in recent years. (James Dunne; Sox Prospects)

Dr. Fauci believes there could be a possibility that fans will be allowed for baseball games at some point in 2020. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)

MLB started its Dream Bracket tournament with all-time rosters from each time. The first round was almost heartbreaking for the Red Sox, but they came through. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com)

Julian McWilliams talks to Josh Herzenberg, an American coach getting ready to start a season in Korea. (Julian McWilliams; Boston Globe)

Steve Buckley tells the story of Rich Barnett, who used to hang the Ks at Fenway Park and almost missed Roger Clemens’s 20 strikeout performance. (Steve Buckley; The Athletic)