David Price, on the disabled list with elbow problems for the second time this season, hasn’t thrown since Tuesday and won’t throw again anytime soon, Red Sox manager John Farrell said on Friday.

Price has been playing catch on a daily basis but stopped throwing on Wednesday, when he began feeling some “stiffness,” according to the skipper.

Asked if the stiffness is in Price’s elbow or shoulder, Farrell said, “I can’t say it’s not either. Just dealing with some symptoms that he came out of the game in LA (on July 22) with and they persist.”

Farrell said he did not know when Price would pitch next, but he would stop throwing for the time being.

With just 40 games left during the regular season, it’s going to be difficult for Price to make a comeback. It’s been almost a month since he’s pitched and he still hasn’t thrown off a mound.

“There’s still hope,” that Price will come back this season, Farrell said.

“But I think we’re also realistic here too that he’s got to build up to an aggressive long toss situation, not in terms of overall distance, but number of throws with some aggression and build-back to the mound," he added. "That’s still going to take some time.”