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Red Sox place Matt Barnes on the 10-day disabled list; Recall Hector Velazquez

Obviously, the team has done well despite some struggles in the bullpen, but Barnes has become increasingly unreliable late in games.

He’s going to get some days off after his rough outing on Monday as the team placed him on the 10-day disabled list with a back strain.

It’s not clear how much time he’ll miss, but at this point I’d probably guess he’ll be back shortly after rosters expand.

Fister, of course, struggled mightily in his last outing against the Indians , and with the Red Sox bullpen working a ton of late they could use a long man in their bullpen in case Fister cannot make it deep into this game.

He could theoretically stick around as the long man for the rest of the year, he could be sent down for a more conventional reliever after this game or he could take Fister’s spot in the rotation if the latter’s night does not go well on Tuesday.

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