David Price Doesn’t Think Playing Video Games Caused Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

David Price has been playing video games for his entire life, so he isn’t convinced that’s what led to his recent diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome in his left wrist.

The left-handed pitcher, who was scratched from his start Wednesday against the New York Yankees, told reporters the sensation in his hand isn’t something that happened this year, but it has become more aggressive recently.

Price threw a bullpen session Thursday and is expected to make his scheduled start Saturday against the Toronto Blue Jays.

To hear all of Price’s comments, check out the “Red Sox First Pitch” video above, presented by Men’s Wearhouse.

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