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Sport Price struggles in his first rehab start

05:05  20 may  2017
05:05  20 may  2017 Source:   bostonglobe.com

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Price did not seem sharp in his first rehab outing, but the Red Sox are still very much looking forward to having him on the big league roster. Given tonight's start , Price might be further away than Boston hopes, and he doesn't want to talk about it.

After struggling in his first rehab start , things got even worse for Price the second time around. Price was knocked around in his second rehab start in Triple-A. The left-hander allowed six runs, three earned, on seven hits over 3 2/3 innings.

David Price, who hasn’t pitched for the Red Sox this season, allowed three runs in two innings of work for Pawtucket against Buffalo Friday.© File/John Tlumacki/Globe Staff David Price, who hasn’t pitched for the Red Sox this season, allowed three runs in two innings of work for Pawtucket against Buffalo Friday. BUFFALO — Red Sox starter David Price needs a little more time.

Price struggled in his first game action of the season, lasting just two innings in a rehab start for Triple A Pawtucket in their game Friday night against the Buffalo Bisons.

Price, who has been on the disabled list all season with left elbow soreness, was shut down on Feb. 28 after experiencing discomfort during spring training.

Price was slated to throw 85-90 pitches. He threw 41 of his 65 pitches for strikes. The lefthander gave up three runs on five hits and one walk.

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — David Price knew better than lobby for a chance to go out for a third inning after struggling through the first two in the Boston ace's first minor league rehab start . "I've got to do as I'm told," Price said. "If I don't like it, pitch better." Though saying he felt no soreness in his

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Price was immediately tested when Bisons’ leadoff hitter Jake Elmore worked a 15-pitch at-bat before hitting a double in the first inning.

Elmore stroked a bases-loaded, two-run single in the second to put Buffalo up, 3-0.

Raffy Lopez led off the second with a solo home run over the 371 foot wall in left-center.

Three of Price’s four strikeouts came in the first, but he seemed to labor in the second inning.

It was difficult to get a true read on Price’s velocity because of technical difficulties with the radar gun at Coca-Cola Field.

The PawSox were trailing, 3-0, when Price exited the game.

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