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BOSTON, MA – JULY 29: Yolmer Sánchez #47 of the Boston Red Sox throws during the seventh inning of a game against the Milwaukee Brewers on July 29, 2022 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Malhotra/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images)

Expect these three Red Sox players to be gone from the roster by September 1.

At the trade deadline, the Boston Red Sox bought, they sold, and they stuck with what they had. It was a platter of everything possible. Actually alive in the American League Wild Card race, it’s very unlikely they will pull off a miraculous late-season run.

Between now and September 1, we can still expect the Red Sox to do some unexpected things. Who had them nabbing Eric Hosmer at the trade deadline?

Not so unexpected will be these three players losing their roster spots. Between now and September 1, expect these three to be on the roster bubble for the Red Sox.

1) Red Sox roster doesn’t need Yolmer Sanchez

Yolmer Sanchez isn’t offering the Red Sox much more than an infield option. Able to play multiple positions on the dirt, he’s a 30-year-old journeyman whose time in Boston is dangerously close to ending. He hasn’t hit this year in the opportunities he has gotten. It’s only a matter of time before he joins Jackie Bradley Jr. as the next Red Sox player who gets designated for assignment.

Players like Sanchez can win more playing time. Boston could certainly use a bench player like him on the roster. However, with an underwhelming start to his career with the Red Sox, they are probably just waiting for a better choice.

Sanchez is out of minor league options so he would have to be DFA’d in order to remove him from the 26-man roster. The only thing he can do is start hitting before this happen. Considering his resume, it’s unlikely to occur.

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Harris Faulkner Clashes With Guest Tirelessly Defending Biden on Gas Prices: Youre Going to Talk the Entire Time I Talk

Fox News’ Harris Faulkner grew visibly frustrated in a Tuesday exchange with communications strategist Laura Fink as Fink offered a tireless and lengthy defense of President Joe Biden on gas prices.

Gas prices have been ticking up recently, with the average in the country on Tuesday sitting at $3.80 a gallon, according to AAA. According to Fink, Biden has no control over the market and people should instead be pointing their fingers at oil companies.

“We’re all in this together. Nobody gets to go to the pump and get a Democrat discount or a Republican discount, so what do Democrats do right now?” Faulkner asked Fink in a discussion on prices at the pump.

Fink began her Biden defense by quoting country music singer Loretta Lynn, who passed away on Tuesday at the age of 90.

“I ain’t got much education, but I got some sense,” she said, quoting the singer. “It takes sense to understand that the president doesn’t control gas prices.”

Fink accused oil companies of price gauging and said “regular Americans” understand the blame lies with them, prompting Faulkner to jump in and the two to battle it out for who could get their message out loudest, verbally jumping over one another.

“Regular Americans know that when they go to get their gas —” Faulkner said, stopping as Fink continued speaking.

“Because you’re right, we do need to stand up to them,” Fink said.

“I haven’t said anything yet, but I could be right,” Faulkner responded.

Faulkner predicted gas prices will continue to rise, noting the cost of diesel will continue burdening the nation’s supply chain when Fink jumped back in.

“But what do you think the president should do to control it? That’s my question,” Fink said.

“Why hasn’t the Biden administration allowed more oil leases?” Faulkner replied.

The two then clashed and talked over one another on Biden’s control of gas prices, with Fink crediting Biden with releasing product from the oil reserves, noting that helped gas prices in the short term.

“Nothing that this administration has done has helped us short term, Laura. Come on,” Faulkner said.

When the two tried revisiting the debate moments later, Fink continued her breathless defense of Biden, with Faulkner at one point saying, “you’re going to talk the entire time I talk.”

Fink wrapped up her point by noting that though Biden was able to bring prices down, he does have no control over prices being inflated.

“And I think Loretta Lynn would agree,” she said.

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