Boston’s pitchers just keep going down.
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 Dean’s line drive. 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 ball.
— Red Sox on CLNS (@RedSoxCLNS) August 29, 2018
Boston was trailing 3-2 when the team announced he would not return.
Hector Velazquez stepped in for Price as the Red Sox won 14-6 over the Marlins.
Boston ace Chris Sale is currently on the disabled list with a shoulder issue and starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez is expected to return from a knee injury this weekend.
Price is 14-6 this season with a 3.50 ERA, but has gone 6-0 since the All-Star break with a 1.09 ERA.
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