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Daily Red Sox Links: Brayan Bello, Rich Hill, Triston Casas

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It takes more than just good stuff and effective command to be a top of the rotation starter, and Brayan Bello is showing he has some of the most important intangibles. (John Tomase; NBC Sports Boston)

Of course, that doesn’t mean he is too proud to learn from a veteran like Rich Hill. (Rob Bradford; WEEI/Audacy)

It’s far too early to make any sweeping statements about Triston Casas’ performance at the MLB level, but his future remains bright based on the tools he brings to the table. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)

Even though there is still some season left, the Red Sox’s year is pretty much over, so Chris Cotillo and Christopher Smith at MassLive evaluated the individual campaigns of several Red Sox players. (Chris Cotillo; MassLive)

Getting hits in critical situations hasn’t exactly been a strength for the Red Sox this season. (Julian McWilliams; Boston Globe)

Is there any benefit to having a bad year? The answer may surprise you. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)

Is it too early to declare the Red Sox the winners of the Christian Vázquez trade? Probably, but at least Wilyer Abreu and Enmanuel Valdez are playing well. (Greg Dudek; NESN)