Red Sox Activate David Price for Disabled List
The Boston Red Sox today activated left-handed pitcher David Price from the 10-day disabled list.
President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski made the announcement.
Price, 32, was placed on the disabled list on July 28 (retroactive to July 25) with left elbow inflammation. After beginning the season on the 10-day disabled list with a left elbow strain, he returned on May 29 and made 11 starts for Boston, going 5-3 with a 3.82 ERA (28 ER/66.0 IP) and 63 strikeouts against 22 walks. The 2012 Cy Young Award winner has gone 22-12 in 46 starts since joining the Red Sox in 2016, recording 291 strikeouts and posting a 3.95 ERA, including a 3.50 mark in his last 39 starts. Selected first overall by Tampa Bay in the 2007 June Draft, the left-hander is 126-68 (.649) with a 3.24 ERA (625 ER/1,737.2 IP) in 264 major league appearances (259 starts) between the Rays (2008-14), Detroit Tigers (2014-15), Toronto Blue Jays (2015), and Red Sox (2016-17).