Red Sox Will Place David Price on DL with Elbow Problem

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 28, 2017

While beginning the 2017 regular season on the club's disabled list due to some trouble with his throwing arm, Price's elbow is now "barking" again, according to a Friday morning report from Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe. The Boston Herald's Michael Silverman reports that Price is "likely" going to be scratched from his start Friday night and that discussions are ongoing.

Buster Olney reported Price had an MRI on his left elbow on Thursday.

Already making 11 starts for the Red Sox thus far into 2017, the seasoned southpaw has amassed a 3.82 ERA across an even 66 innings of work in all.

Shaughnessy wrote a story earlier this week detailing Price's run-in with Sox TV announcer Dennis Eckersley on the team plane on June 29.

Eckersley, a Hall of Famer who pitched for the Red Sox for eight seasons, is known for calling it like he sees it. Now, it appears unlikely.

It's possible that Price could land on the 10-day disabled list, which would cause him to miss Boston's 10-game homestand.

Baseball's trade deadline is three days away, should the Red Sox seek reinforcements from outside the organization.

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