Red Sox pitcher David Price going on disabled list, reports say

Clyde Nash
July 29, 2017

A team source then told the Boston Herald that Price "likely" will be scratched from his scheduled start Friday night against the Royals.

In March, the hurler was diagnosed with a strain of flexor mass muscle in his forearm near his left elbow.

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Price, 31, didn't make his first start until May 29 this season, as he started the year on the DL due to an injury in his elbow/forearm area. He has also engaged in more than one public dustup with media members, most recently calling out Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley on a team flight.

This expands on a previous speculation by The Boston Globe's Dan Shaugnessy about his elbow woes resurfacing.

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Boston Red Sox starting pitcher David Price is heading back to the disabled list with soreness in his elbow.

Price was left off the Opening Day roster as a result of the injury. That story led to a week of talk radio bashing of Price.

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The Red Sox are 56-47 and a half-game up on the Yankees in the AL East. Price is 5-3 with a 3.82 ERA in 11 starts this season. In his last start, though, Price allowed six runs (five earned runs) on seven hits and three walks in five innings.

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