Adam Duvall pretty did for the Red Sox what Adam Duvall usually does. He had streaks where he couldn't hit to save his life and other streaks where he looked like prime Barry Bonds at the plate and he sprinkled some injury down time in along the way. Overall, the production was completely fine as he hit 21 homers with an .834 OPS in 353 plate appearances.
If Boston were to keep him around, that would be great, but the pending free agent is likely to have some options in this offseason that could cause him to move on. This is not the most exciting free agent market this coming offseason when it comes to bats and as we saw at the trade deadline, teams may be motivated to pay a premium for the ones that are available. This feels like it could go either way, but leaning towards Duvall leaving.