Red Sox Get Good News As Triston Casas Makes Return For WooSox

Casas is back on the diamond

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July 22

It wasn’t all bad news for the Boston Red Sox despite a record-setting loss.

Friday’s game was over early as the Toronto Blue Jays took over Fenway Park, defeating Boston, 28-5. It was the most runs the Red Sox allowed in a single game in the organization’s history.

There was good news though as prospect Triston Casas returned to the diamond for the Worcester Red Sox, going 0-5 in his first game back.

For more, check out the “Red Sox Best Comeback” video above, presented by Berkshire Bank.

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