David Price experience elbow/forearm discomfort after a simulated game and had an MRI.
The Red Sox have one of baseball's best offenses, but the back half of their rotation is a disaster. That is going to have to change, but it won't fix itself.
Right now, the Red Sox are a dazzling offense yoked to a miserable pitching staff. They'll improve at the trade deadline, but let's savor the oddity until then.
After struggling through parts of two seasons, Jackie Bradley Jr. started to figure it out with the Red Sox last year. This year, he's taken the leap into stardom.
In which good teams shrug off bad free agent signings, Bryce Harper is bypassed without shame or repercussion, and Robinson Cano shreds the league in secret.
The dominance of Wade Davis brings up existential questions about the nature of MLB pitching staffs.
The Boston Red Sox have built World Series winners through savvy player development and value signings. Now they're going to try to do it by spending big.
Mike Francesa can't talk.
David Price can pitch the Blue Jays one game closer to the World Series, and silence a lot of skeptics along the way.