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Boston Red Sox prospect Triston Casas (ankle) removed from Worcester’s game, Ceddanne Rafaela hits for cycle, Alex Binelas belts eighth homer

Boston Red Sox prospect Triston Casas was removed from Triple-A Worcester’s game Tuesday during the seventh inning because of an ankle injury that happened playing defense. It sounds like he exited more for precautionary reasons than it being serious. Casas told reporters, including our Katie Morrison, his ankle started...
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Red Sox top prospect Triston Casas tweaks right ankle in Worcester

Red Sox top prospect Triston Casas was removed in the seventh inning of Triple-A Worcester’s 4-3 win over the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders at Polar Park on Tuesday night. With two outs in the top of the seventh, Casas was visited at first base by WooSox manager Chad Tracy and trainer...
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Daily Red Sox Links: Garrett Whitlock, Xander Bogaerts, Triston Casas

There has been a lot of talk of late about what the Red Sox will and should do with Garrett Whitlock and his role moving forward this season. Alex Cora talked about it prior to Tuesday’s game, and at least for now he’s not making any changes, keeping the young righty in his rotation. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)
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MLB Prospect Watch: Why Triston Casas could be the Red Sox's solution to their cold-corner problems

The Boston Red Sox enter Friday's slate in last place in the American League East with an 11-19 record. Their minus-20 run differential puts them in company with the likes of the Baltimore Orioles, the Colorado Rockies and the Washington Nationals, three teams who would not be confused as contenders. Our own Mike Axisa took inventory of the Red Sox's struggles earlier this week, noting, among other ails, that Boston's lineup has underwhelmed while being overly top-heavy.
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Daily Red Sox Links: Triston Casas, Chaim Bloom, Rafael Devers

Sean McAdam takes a look at yet another frustrating, close, low-scoring loss for the Red Sox, this time on Mother’s Day and against one of the very worst pitchers in baseball to start this season. It’s the same thing over and over again. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal)
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It’s time for the Red Sox to call up Triston Casas

Red Sox fans are ready to see Triston Casas at Fenway. Over the last few years, the hype over Triston Casas, the No. 16 prospect in the MLB Pipeline and No. 2 prospect in the Boston Red Sox organization, has just gotten bigger. With a Red Sox team that has lacked any sort of offensive production, perhaps now is the time to bring up Casas.
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Daily Red Sox Links: Triston Casas, Garrett Whitlock, Alex Binelas

It’s only April 26 and there are 145 baseball games left on the schedule for the Red Sox. So it’s way too early in the season for these games to feel as stressful as they are. And this was written before Monday’s loss. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic)

Triston Casas goes 3-for-4, Rob Refsnyder does it all in WooSox’ 13-1 win over the IronPigs

WORCESTER -- Everyone in the WooSox lineup got in on the fun Saturday afternoon as they bashed their way to a 13-1 victory over Lehigh Valley. Triston Casas reached base four times with three solidly-hit singles and a walk, also driving in a run. Rob Refsnyder had a huge afternoon, going 2-for-4 with what should have been a pair of home runs, but the second shot landed just over the line on the Worcester Wall and was erroneously ruled a double. He also made a diving catch in center field to rob Yairo Muñoz of a hit. Roberto Ramos slammed his second home run in as many days and drove in three runs before he was ejected arguing on behalf of Refsnyder from the dugout on the missed home run call. Franchy Cordero went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs. Deivy Grullon made his WooSox debut and went 2-for-3 with a two-run double after coming in as a pinch hitter for the ejected Ramos.
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Red Sox top prospect Triston Casas impressing at AAA

Triston Casas has been very good on offense and defense for the Boston Red Sox’s Triple-A affiliate Worcester Woosox in 2022, and he may be forcing the team to push up his eventual big league debut timeline. Casas is viewed as the best prospect in the Red Sox farm...
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Triston Casas homers in second straight game as WooSox down IronPigs, 7-3

WORCESTER — Triston Casas seems to be enjoying hitting at Polar Park. The big first baseman launched his second home run in two games and his third of the season, depositing a pitch from Lehigh Valley reliever Mark Appel into the last row of the Worcester Wall seats in the WooSox’ 7-3 victory over the IronPigs at Polar on Wednesday, which also happened to be Casas bobblehead night.
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Red Sox prospect Triston Casas knows the expectations on his shoulders

Triston Casas knows what the Red Sox expect of him. Every now and again, we see a prospect skyrocket through the developmental system and make a charge toward the big leagues. Right now, that’s Triston Casas and Red Sox Nation is ready to see him do his thing at Fenway Park. Unfortunately, some of Boston’s top prospects have had mixed results in recent seasons but this one feels just a bit different.
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