David Price vows to stop playing video games, says elbow is 'pristine'

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"Just eased into it and the longer it went, the more effort I put behind it, and I walked out of there feeling good about it and looking forward to Saturday", Price said.

Cora said treatment options for carpal tunnel syndrome could include icing or massages. "Once I got into the bullpen and started throwing offspeed pitches and breaking balls, I felt like it got stronger and it didn't bother me". "But I do not think that's the cause". "That was all on me". "I don't think it's going to go away in its entirety". There are steps we would take, yes. There are way, way more harmful, unsafe and indecent things pro athletes could be doing with the time they're using to master the latest gaming sensation.

"Surgery would be the last thing.I'm pitching the rest of the year".

While the direct cause of Price's carpal tunnel is not known, some speculated whether his habit of playing video games contributed to the syndrome after he admitted to playing Fortnite up to three hours a day. For now, he won't play at the park.

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According to Silverman, Price got his first Xbox when he was 12 years old. I have always played with my teammates in the offseason, at the field, at the hotel. "That's kind of my generation, that's what we do", he said.

The idea that video game led to his carpal tunnel began gained traction after Price was scratched from his Wednesday night start against the New York Yankees.

Cora is right in saying that lots of teams play Fortnite.

And if Red Sox fans weren't already disgusted enough with their $30 million per year "ace", the reason Price gave for his bullpen session being cut short last week probably won't help.

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