Red Sox's David Price headed back to DL with elbow inflammation

Posted July 29, 2017

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.

The inflammation is in the same elbow that Price strained during spring training and caused him to begin the regular-season on the disabled list.

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Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said Friday that he expects David Price (elbow) to return this season.

This expands on a previous speculation by The Boston Globe's Dan Shaugnessy about his elbow woes resurfacing.

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Price, 31, will reportedly miss Friday's start against the Royals and be replaced by Brian Johnson. Price has the ability to opt-out of his contract following the 2018 season, but with each new elbow flare-up, the chances he plays out all seven years in Boston increase exponentially. With the trade deadline only three days away, Boston has little time to gauge the severity of Price's injury before deciding whether they need to hunt for a pitcher on the trade market. He has made 11 starts with a 5-3 record and 3.82 ERA.

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