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David Price Headed Back to Disabled List

29 July 2017
David Price Headed Back to Disabled List

The injury is a pretty big blow for the Red Sox, as Price had been pitching quite well, with a 2.84 ERA and more than a strikeout per inning over his past six starts.

It's been a rocky season for Price on the injury front, and the latest ailment only stands to complicate matters.

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

Boston Red Sox left-handed pitcher David Price, sidelined for the first two months of the season, was placed on Major League Baseball's 10-day disabled list Friday with an inflamed left elbow.

Price had been throwing the ball very well until last time out. The Boston Globe first reported that Price could miss Friday's start. 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. Boston is only 26-20 in games started by Price since signing him - not exactly what the front office was hoping for when they inked him to the biggest contract in team history. He now has a 5-3 record and an ERA of 3.82.