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Daily Red Sox Links: Tanner Houck, Michael Chavis, Jacob Wallace

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Tanner Houck’s debut has been undeniably spectacular, but that doesn’t mean there’s not more work to do. The good news is he is used to making whatever adjustments are needed. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

It goes without saying that Houck made his debut too late in order to get Rookie of the Year consideration, but he’s still getting some recognition. (Jim Callis; MLB.com)

Last week we learned that the Red Sox had acquired Methuen native and former UConn Husky Jacob Wallace from the Rockies as the return in the Kevin Pillar deal. Ian Cundall has the scouting report. (Ian Cundall; Sox Prospects)

We know about Michael Chavis’s baseball career, but his basketball career back in high school crossed paths with a familiar name as well. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

Speaking of Chavis, he was part of the focus of the man who snuck into Fenway on Sunday. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic)

Sean McAdam has a couple of thoughts from the final off-day of the year. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

Nick Yorke was just selected out of high school in June, but he wasn’t overmatched down in Pawtucket. (Rob Bradford; WEEI)