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Daily Red Sox Links: Kyle Schwarber, Alex Cora, Connor Seabold

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Being in Chicago for the first time since the trade, Kyle Schwarber reflects on his time in that city, for the other team of course, and what he has learned since leaving. (Sahadev Sharma; The Athletic)

Alex Cora is staying mum on Hunter Renfroe’s claim that MLB asked the Red Sox to stop COVID-19 testing. (Chris Cotillo; Mass Live)

So who is this Connor Seabold kid, who made his major-league debut last night? I still cannot believe the Sox got him and Nick Pivetta for half a season of Brandon Workman and Heath Hembree. (Christopher Smith; Mass Live)

With Chris sale landing on the COVID-19 IL, what impact will that have in the AL Wildcard race? (Tom Giles; NBC Sports Boston)

Pete Abraham takes a look at the four worst teams in baseball and when they might be competitive again. (Pete Abraham; Boston Globe)

Manager challenges seem to be a skill. (Rob Arthur; Baseball Prospectus)