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Daily Red Sox Links: Christian Arroyo, Michael Feliz, Bobby Dalbec

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The Red Sox are still, for the most part, eking out wins despite the disappointing loss on Sunday. But they’re doing so with a thinning roster. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic)

Part of the reason the roster feels so thin is the loss of Kiké Hernández and Christian Arroyo, both of whom tested positive for COVID. It’s another major hurdle as this team pushes for October. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe)

Jonathan Araúz had been forced into a lot of playing time at second base this weekend, and then he went down on Sunday. The Red Sox are hoping it’s nothing too serious. (Alexandra Francisco; NESN)

The team did add some pitching depth down at Triple-A over the weekend, bringing in righty Michael Feliz on a minor-league deal. (Christopher Smith; Masslive)

Looking ahead to this offseason, Sean McAdam emphasizes the need for improved infield defense in 2022. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

David Laurila spoke to Bobby Dalbec about his non-baseball passion. (David Laurila; FanGraphs)