David Price RUMORS & NEWS

  • Sox set David Price's season debut for Monday

    MLB.com "David Price is scheduled to make his season debut Monday in Chicago against the White Sox, Red Sox manager John Farrell said Thursday. The left-hander has not pitched in the Majors this season due to continuing soreness in his left elbow. Price has not been great in two rehab starts,..." May 25

  • David Price reportedly refuses to speak to media after shaky rehab start

    Mass Live "Boston Red Sox lefty David Price left McCoy Stadium after his rehab start today without talking with the media. Price reached 96 mph on the radar gun during the first inning of his second rehab start here for Triple-A Pawtucket. But he struggled with his command and went 3 2/3 innings,..." May 25

  • Red Sox antsy after David Price goes only two innings in Triple-A rehab start

    CBS Sports "From the looks of things, the Red Sox are going to have to wait a little longer to get pitching help. Left-hander David Price, who has not pitched at all this season due to a lingering elbow issue, threw 65 pitches in two tough innings during his first Triple-A rehab game Friday night. Price..." May 20

  • Price to make at least one more rehab start

    MLB.com "Rehabbing Red Sox left-hander David Price will make at least one more start with Triple-A Pawtucket before rejoining his teammates in Boston, manager John Farrell announced before Saturday's contest against the A's. Price threw 65 pitches in a rehab start for the PawSox on Friday, but labored..." May 20

  • David Price Scheduled For First Rehab Start

    MLB Trade Rumors "The Red Sox finally seem to have a clear path for the return of star lefty David Price, who has been working back from an elbow ailment. He’ll make his first rehab start on Sunday at Triple-A, per Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe (Twitter links). It seems the Sox feel that Price has already..." May 11

  • Red Sox lay out a timetable for David Price that could still lead to a May return

    CBS Sports "Red Sox lefty David Price has yet to see game action in 2017 because of inflammation in his throwing elbow and forearm. Thus far, the club has been hesitant to lay out any sort of timeline for his return to the rotation, but as of Saturday one may be emerging. Price is slated for four simulated..." May 06

  • Price to throw next bullpen Monday

    MLB.com "For those on David Price watch, breathe easier. The left-hander resumed a throwing program after a recent bout of soreness in his injured left elbow slowed his rehabilitation progress. Price threw 30 pitches in a bullpen session Friday in Baltimore, Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "I..." April 24

  • Red Sox: Soreness David Price felt is 'certainly not a setback'

    Boston Herald "After David Price spent his morning in Toronto playing long toss in the Rogers Centre outfield, Red Sox manager John Farrell admitted that Price has experienced soreness in his recovery from an elbow strain. When a pitcher hasn’t thrown for more than a month, then throws a couple intense..." April 20

  • David Price rehab slowed by arm soreness

    Rotoworld "Red Sox manager John Farrell acknowledged Thursday that David Price has been experiencing some soreness around his troublesome left elbow. That's why the Red Sox have slowed Price's rehab program this week, though he did play long toss with good intensity on Thursday morning in Toronto and he's..." April 20

  • Why David Price wasn’t throwing any breaking balls in his latest bullpen session

    WEEI Boston "Saturday morning, David Price continued to move in the right direction. The Red Sox pitcher executed another bullpen session, this time implementing a few breaks in the routine to further simulate actually pitching. All of a sudden, Price isn’t far away from throwing to actual hitters. “I..." April 16

  • Red Sox Report No Setbacks So Far In David Price’s Return To Throwing

    NESN "David Price is coming along just swimmingly so far in his recovery from an elbow strain. The Boston Red Sox starting pitcher returned to throwing off the mound Monday with a 20-pitch bullpen, and he pitched another Wednesday with equally positive results. Price still has a long way to go in..." April 13

  • Red Sox's David Price: Throws 25-pitch bullpen session

    CBS Sports "Price (elbow) threw a 25-pitch bullpen session Monday, Chad Jennings of the Boston Herald reports. It was Price's first bullpen session since injuring his elbow earlier in the spring, and he told manager Dave Dombrowski that it went well. Obviously, that's a positive sign for the Red Sox, but..." April 10

  • David Price set for Monday bullpen session

    Mass Live "David Price's first bullpen session since spring training elbow injury is set for Monday. Price has been throwing on flat ground for the past couple weeks and threw off a mound at Fenway on Wednesday, though not to a catcher. The session was designed to help him get a feeling back for the slope..." April 07

  • Farrell: Price showed 'increased' strength in game of catch

    Boston Herald "After meeting a strength benchmark this afternoon, David Price has been cleared to "throw" a baseball again -- if you consider a game of short catch inside a batting cage to be throwing. There is still no timetable on when the left-handed starter, who has a strain of his flexor mass muscle..." March 25

  • Recuperating David Price probably out until at least May

    CSN New England "The Red Sox believe David Price will recover from the elbow injury that's sidelined him in spring training, but it looks as if he won't return to action until May at the earliest. “I think he’ll be fine based upon what the doctors have told me, what David feels,” said Red Sox president of..." March 21

  • Farrell: David Price Will Likely Start Season On Disabled List

    CBS Boston "We know that David Price’s sore (and unique) left elbow won’t require surgery, and the lefty said on Monday he’s feeling much better than he expected. But that doesn’t mean he won’t be making a trip to the disabled list to start the 2017 season. Manager John Farrell addressed Price’s progress..." March 14

  • David Price optimistic about elbow, may have had surgery if younger

    Boston Herald "David Price said Monday morning there's no more inflammation in his injured throwing elbow and that he's feeling very good, much better than anticipated. Price, who moved his arm around in front of reporters to show off his range of motion, has thrown into a net for two straight days and said..." March 13

  • David Price (forearm) still throwing into a net, next step uncertain

    Boston Herald "David Price (forearm) threw another 25 pitches into the net in a batting cage, the second day in a row for him. As for what tomorrow brings for him — more of the same or rest — it's too soon to say." March 12

  • David Price gets good news from Red Sox medical staff on balky elbow

    Providence Journal "A week after his trip to Indianapolis to visit with a pair of prominent orthopedic surgeons, David Price has been cleared to begin exercises that will simulate a throwing motion. He could play light catch in the coming days. "He's making positive strides," Red Sox manager John Farrell..." March 10

  • Doctors tell Price he has 'unique' elbow

    Mass Live "David Price returned to Florida on Friday with the best news possible. After meeting with elbow injury experts Dr. James Andrews and Dr. Neal ElAttrache at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis on Friday, Price learned he would not need surgery or an injection for his ailing left arm. He returned..." March 04

  • Red Sox pitcher David Price won’t require surgery on left elbow

    Sportsnet "The Boston Red Sox dodged a bullet on Friday with news that David Price won’t require surgery on his left elbow, according to Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe. Price was scratched on Thursday from his first spring training start after experiencing soreness in his left forearm and elbow. He..." March 04

  • David Price injury exposes Red Sox' lack of rotation depth

    Boston Herald "I can think of 13.5 million reasons why the Red Sox wish they hadn't traded Clay Buchholz last December. That fiscally responsible trade just became this spring's worst nightmare for the Red Sox. The fingers-crossed pitching depth the team thought it had vanished after today's devastating..." March 02

  • David Price has elbow soreness and will likely see Dr. James Andrews

    CBS Sports "Troubling news out of Red Sox camp, as prized lefty David Price has undergone an MRI because of soreness in his left elbow. He’ll miss his scheduled Sunday start. As Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald tweets, the results of the MRI aren’t known yet, but Price is likely to see Dr. James..." March 02

  • Price: 'I don't look at last year'

    MLB.com "David Price is so over last year that he isn't talking about it. Instead, all his focus is on a stronger second season with the Red Sox and taking all the necessary steps that will help him get there. On Tuesday, that process included a 38-pitch simulated game in preparation for his Grapefruit..." March 01

  • Price: I can fix the problems I had in 2016

    CSN New England "David Price has gone on record saying he wasn’t pleased with his output in 2016. Understandably so, given his ERA was over 3.50 for only the third time in his career and over 3.60 for the first time since his first season in 2009. Now he was a horse, logging a league-best 230 innings and..." January 28

  • Like David Price, Pedro Martinez has faced hate from fans

    Boston Herald "Even the most recent Red Sox Hall of Famer, Pedro Martinez, one of the greatest pitchers of all-time and widely beloved, has heard it. He thinks everyone has. Martinez has walked in David Price's shoes as a newcomer in Boston with gigantic expectations. And Martinez, who's from the Dominican..." January 22

  • David Price says he heard racist taunts from Red Sox fans at Fenway Park in 2016

    CBS Sports "For the second straight offseason, the Red Sox went out and acquired a left-handed ace this winter. This year it was Chris Sale, who came over in a trade with the White Sox. Last year it was David Price, who inked a seven-year contract worth $217 million. It's the richest pitching contract in..." January 14

  • Price vows to earn respect in Boston: 'I let people down last year'

    Boston Globe "David Price frowned when he looked over the lunch menu at The Southern, his favorite restaurant in this vibrant city. A chicken dish he had been raving about seconds before was not listed. A quick negotiation with the waiter fixed that. Price was assured the chef would be happy to put something..." January 14