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SportDavid Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist

18:05  18 september  2019
18:05  18 september  2019 Source:   mlbtraderumors.com

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It appears injured Red Sox left -hander David Price ’s season will come to an early end. The Red Sox are “most likely ” to shut him down for the rest of This is anything but a shocking development, as Price ’s left wrist continues to trouble him and the Red Sox have nothing of significance to play for at

Red Sox's David Price : 'Most likely ' done for season . Price hasn't pitched since September first due to tightness in his wrist . He's set to meet with the Red Sox's coaching staff and front office Tuesday to determine whether or not it's worth him trying to get back on the mound before the end of

It appears injured Red Sox left-hander David Price’s season will come to an early end. The Red Sox are “most likely” to shut him down for the rest of 2019, manager Alex Cora told Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com and other reporters.

David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist© Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports

This is anything but a shocking development, as Price’s left wrist continues to trouble him and the Red Sox have nothing of significance to play for at this point. At 9 1/2 games back of a wild-card spot with the regular season nearing a conclusion, the reigning World Series winners won’t have a chance to defend their crown in the playoffs this year.

The fact that Boston hasn’t had Price at full strength is among the reasons this will go in the books as a disappointing season for the club. Price, who has made only two starts since the beginning of August, will wind up with 107 1/3 innings of 4.28 ERA/3.63 FIP pitching on the year. He missed a couple weeks in May with a case of elbow tendinitis, and then hit the IL again last month because of a cyst in his wrist. While Price underwent a cortisone shot then in hopes of alleviating the issue, the 34-year-old still hasn’t found relief.

Could Price’s latest setback be a warning sign for Red Sox?

Could Price’s latest setback be a warning sign for Red Sox? David Price had tightness in his left wrist during a bullpen session Wednesday and won’t be available to take his turn against the Yankees.

Red Sox pitcher David Price had to leave Wednesday night’s game against the Miami Marlins with a wrist contusion after getting hit by Austin X-rays later came back negative the team announced with further tests being done as necessary. The comebacker hit Price on the wrist as he tried to catch the

Onyeka Okongwu has emerged due to his impact around the rim on both ends. His combination of coordination and smoothness moving around the floor offers Tyler Zeller, a star freshman for North Carolina, is likely to miss the remainder of the season after breaking his left wrist Tuesday night.

Price may have to undergo surgery before next season, which will be the fifth of the seven-year, $217M contract the Red Sox gave him going into 2016. There’s still $96M remaining on the deal, a pact Price signed when he was amid a long run as an elite workhorse. Although he’s a six-time 200-inning hurler (including in his first year with the Red Sox), Price has only averaged 119 frames per season dating back to 2017.

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David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
David Price likely done for season due to troubles with left wrist
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