David Price Headed Back to Disabled List

Rosalie Stanley
July 29, 2017

As a result, Price is likely to be scratched from his regularly scheduled start on Friday evening against the surging Kansas City Royals. All that wear and tear is beginning to show.

The inflammation is in the same elbow that Price strained during spring training and caused him to begin the regular-season on the disabled list.

Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price is heading to the disabled list, the team announced Friday.

After Price's season debut was delayed until May 29 due to elbow troubles, he was bothered by a blister and split fingernail on his pitching hand.

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Fred Toucher of 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston was told by a source that Dustin Pedroia "aggressively" cheered for Price when Price told Eckersley to "get the f- out of here" on a team charter plane last month. Price has put together stretches of dominance here and there in his time with the Red Sox, but things have just looked off with him.

Right now, the Red Sox are in a tailspin with the news of the details regarding, Price's verbal abuse of Red Sox broadcaster and Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley in front of teammates, with a number of them clapping and approving with Dustin Pedroia possibly being one of them.

According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, the Red Sox do not plan to seek an immediate replacement for Price on the trade market.

The 31-year-old left-hander is now in the midst of his second season as a member of the Red Sox.

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