The Boston Red Sox had to slow David Price's rehab and throwing program this week after he felt soreness in his arm. It's not a huge deal, but it's a clear indication that Price himself is about a month from being able to make his season debut.
Price has been shut down to injury since before the start of Spring Training. The initial concern that he might have to undergo Tommy John Surgery, but those concerns have since quieted.
Price struggled to an extent (by his standards) in his first season with Boston, pitching to a 3.99 ERA and a 1.20 WHIP. Both of those numbers were his worst since all the way back in 2009. Though, he did still win 17 games. A fully healthy Price should dominate from a fantasy perspective with Boston's elite-level offense.
Stay tuned for more updates on his status moving forward.