David Price says wrist is fine after batted ball bump

David Price worked one inning on Tuesday and said overall it was the best he felt all spring.

CHRIS ZUPPA | Times

David Price worked one inning on Tuesday and said overall it was the best he felt all spring.

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Cy Young Award winning LHP David Price said this morning there were absolutely no issues with his left wrist, which was struck by a batted ball in the first inning of his Tuesday debut.

Price said after his outing that he was fine, and didn't seem affected at all (his next pitch was 95 mph), though manager Joe Maddon said after the game he saw a mark on Price's wrist.

Sitting at his locker Wednesday morning, Price not only said he was fine but held out both wrists to show there was no difference: "Which one did it even hit me on - I don't remember.''

Price worked one inning on Tuesday and said overall it was the best he felt all spring. He is scheduled to make his next outing on Sunday in Port Charlotte vs. Minnesota.

[Last modified: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 3:52pm]

    

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