Is David Price's Pitching Suffering Because Of Video Games?

Although the Boston Red Sox are currently in a fine state, David Price is not. The lefty pitcher has a 5.11 ERA after he barfed up seven earned runs in 3 2/3 innings against the lowly Rangers, and he was scratched from Wednesday’s start against the Yankees due to a “mild case” of carpal tunnel syndrome, according to manager Alex Cora. That turned Price into red meat for Boston’s sports media.

Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe unleashed a banger yesterday: “Game on: Is David Price’s ailment linked to video gaming?” The first paragraph is simply the sentence “Carpal tunnel syndrome.”


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