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Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Kyle Schwarber, Chaim Bloom

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There is not a lot of good news around the Red Sox right now, so we really have to take what we can get. Right now, that means we can look ahead to Chris Sale’s rehab coming to a close relatively soon. That is, at least, the hope. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com)

Kyle Schwarber was the team’s big trade deadline acquisition, but he’s not ready yet. That said, the Red Sox are encouraged with his progress in coming back from a hamstring issue. (Tom Westerholm; Boston.com)

Speaking of Schwarber, he’s also going to have to learn essentially a new position at first base. He’s ready for the challenge. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

Sean McAdam unpacks the Red Sox decision to go conservative at the deadline. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

Michael Chavis went to Pittsburgh at the deadline, and he said his farewell to Boston over the weekend. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

The Red Sox did ultimately fail to sign second round pick Jud Fabian. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

The Mets had even more trouble, failing to sign first round pick Kumar Rocker. (Lukas Vlahos; Amazin Avenue)