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Daily Red Sox Links: Kevin Plawecki, Triston Casas, PawSox

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There’s not a whole lot of positives to take away from this 2020 Red Sox season, but Kevin Plawecki’s surprising production at the plate certainly qualifies. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic)

In Sunday’s game, however, things looked bad when Plawecki was hit in the hand by a pitch. At the time, it was feared that it could be broken, which would obviously end his season. Fortunately, the news from the MRI appears good. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

Monday was supposed to be the last game for the Pawtucket Red Sox before they move the Triple-A team to Worcestor. That obviously wasn’t able to happen, but what would things have looked like if they had been able to stage a real sendoff? (Brendan McGair; Pawtucket Times)

While it’s not the sendoff Pawtucket deserves, McCoy hasn’t been dormant this summer as its played host to the players at the Red Sox Alternate Site. Julian McWilliams provides some background there. (Julian McWilliams; Boston Globe)

At that Alternate Site, Triston Casas had himself an epic at bat. (Dakota Randal; NESN)