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The Republican Mar 21, 2017
David Price, Boston Red Sox lefty, still has not begun a throwing program

David Price, Boston Red Sox lefty, still has not begun a throwing program

Red Sox's David Price felt soreness in his elbow after throwing a simulated game Feb. 28. He underwent an MRI and received an examination from Dr. James Andrews.
Full Count | WEEI Mar 22, 2017

It’s been three weeks, so what should we make of David Price’s situation?

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Twenty-one days ago, the first MRI was taken on David Price’s left elbow. It wasn’t too long after that it was determined that a second opinion would be needed. Two days later, Price and the Red Sox were celebrating the good news: no surgery, no PRP injection and just 7-10 days […]
Fenway Nation Mar 21, 2017
David Price's Condition To Be Re-Evaluated Tuesday

David Price's Condition To Be Re-Evaluated Tuesday

According to The Providence Journal's Brian MacPherson, Red Sox starter David Price will meet today with the team's orthopedist. The lefty will be examined to determine his level of strength and assess the next steps in his rehab process. It's unclear how long Price will spend on the disabled list at the start of the season, but today's results may go a long way toward determining that. Stay tuned!
Call to the Pen Mar 22, 2017

Boston Red Sox: David Price won’t make a start until May

The Boston Red Sox are expected to win the American League East and travel deep into the playoffs, but there already seems to be a bump in the road. When the Boston Red Sox landed Chris Sale in a trade in December, they were on their way to building the newest and scariest super-rotation. Sale, […] Boston Red Sox: David Price won’t make a start until May - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
MLB Daily Dish Mar 21, 2017
Red Sox trade rumors: Boston searching for starting pitching depth

Red Sox trade rumors: Boston searching for starting pitching depth

Boston is in need of arms after injuries to both David Price and Drew Pomeranz. The Red Sox are on the lookout for starting pitching depth, manager John Farrell told Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald. Farrell emphasized that the club was looking for depth even before injuries to lefties David Price and Drew Pomeranz, though it makes sense for president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski to intensify his efforts at this point. Price is not expected to be ready for Opening Day due to arm trouble, while Pomeranz was pulled from a recent start while recovering from a triceps...
Fenway Nation Mar 23, 2017
The 'Wicked Big' Achilles Heel For The 2017 Red Sox

The 'Wicked Big' Achilles Heel For The 2017 Red Sox

As documented by The New York Post's Joel Sherman, the 2017 Red Sox—despite an impressive roster—have a major concern with their starting rotation. Only two pitchers—Chris Sale and 2016 Cy Young winner Rick Porcello—are 100% healthy. Everybody else is MASH Central. 'Porcello And Sale and pray for hail' is not exactly a solid foundation for a championship team. So, is Kyle Kendrick (who didn't pitch at all in 2016) the answer in the short term? Probably, but what if injuries persist with David Price, Eduardo Rodriguez, Steven Wright and Drew Pomeranz? That's a lot of salary potentially...
CSN New England Mar 21, 2017

Drellich: David Price not throwing is 'a little discouraging'

Evan Drellich believes the Red Sox are a long way from seeing David Price on the mound due to his latest injury, and discusses other Red Sox injuries.
Boston Herald Mar 22, 2017
Red Sox notebook: Injured starter David Price not strong enough to begin throwing program

Red Sox notebook: Injured starter David Price not strong enough to begin throwing program

TAMPA — David Price, who has not thrown off a mound since Feb. 28 because of an elbow injury, is almost back to square one.The Red Sox starter has lost enough strength in his arm to where he is weaker than he was when he reported to spring training, the team said yesterday. And until he regains that strength, he cannot begin a throwing program.With fewer than two weeks to go before the season begins, Price’s absence is going to stretch at least into the second half of April. If his arm does not begin to rebound in the coming days, the absence could extend into May.After being re-examined...
Boston Herald Mar 23, 2017
Silverman: Cracks showing in Red Sox’ plan for 2017

Silverman: Cracks showing in Red Sox’ plan for 2017

FORT MYERS — We don’t know jack about the 2017 Red Sox.Thanks to anything but a minor injury to David Price’s elbow and the avoidably slow progress of new reliever Tyler Thornburg, the offseason remodeling blueprints remain tightly rolled in the tube.Maybe this team will eventually wind up better than the 2016 version.But right now?They’re a weaker version.If there’s another conclusion to be drawn on March 23, with less than two weeks to go before the season begins, I’d love to see it. . . . I’m still waiting, and so will the Sox for likely at least another month or so, and...
CSN New England Mar 22, 2017

Drellich: Sale may be Red Sox' most electrifying pitcher since Pedro

The newest lefty ace can succeed where David Price did not.Chris Sale might be the most electrifying pitcher the Red Sox have had since Pedro

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