Red Sox Pitcher David Price Diagnosed With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Boston Red Sox left-hander David Price has been diagnosed with a mild case of carpal tunnel syndrome. Manager Alex Cora said Price, who was sent back to Boston for testing, will throw a bullpen session Thursday and then the team will decide what to do next. Price was already scratched from his Wednesday start against the New York Yankees. Price was removed for precautionary reasons after one inning of work against the Yankees on April 11 because of numbness in his throwing hand, including the loss of feeling in his fingertips. “For me this is quote-unquote good news compared to anything else,” Cora said.

David Price diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome