Red Sox: David Price’s latest tweet leaves us perplexed

Feb 27, 2017; Fort Myers, FL, USA; Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price (24) looks on from the dugout against the St. Louis Cardinals at JetBlue Park. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Feb 27, 2017; Fort Myers, FL, USA; Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price (24) looks on from the dugout against the St. Louis Cardinals at JetBlue Park. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports /
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After meeting with the top Tommy John surgeon in the country, Dr. Andrews, Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price leaves us questioning what went down.

The meeting with Dr. Andrews just ended. David Price tweeted. Now we’re left to decipher what it means for the Boston Red Sox.

Does someone who just found out they need season ending surgery tweet right away? He is in the mood to tweet, why? If it was good news, wouldn’t Price share that with everyone as soon as possible? These are questions everyone in Red Sox Nation wants answers too now!

All we got was this deceptive tweet by Price.

Indianapolis is colder than Florida so good analysis there, Mr. Price. I too would want to escape the cold and head back to a warmer weather environment. It is much easier on the body in warmer weather. Does Price need this advantage on the body because he needs to prep his arm and take it easy for surgery or does he want it because it isn’t a serious problem and he can start a light workout routine? I would 100% prefer the second option. A light workout routine would be very nice to do in sunny Fort Myers.

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A 40 time of 4.11 is very fast. Wow, who knew David Price had wheels. Screw pitching, he should be our leadoff guy with that speed. Did he run that fast because he pushed through the pain or did he do it because his arm felt fine and he used both healthy arms for steady momentum while running? Either way, he is a trooper and showed the strength of mind over matter. I would prefer it to be the second option because you know two healthy arms is always better than one. Time to go for the gold David!

Speaking of gold, did David use the ridiculous amount of money he’s earning from the Sox to buy an island? That would be a great use of the money. He can use the island for some well needed rest and relaxation after the Sox win the World Series in 2017, 2018, and 2019. That does mean he’s healthy right? Only a man with a healthy arm who can help his team to win a championship would need such a luxurious place to rewind after. It has to mean that. I’ll ship you some gold bottles to your private island as a championship gift. Party on David’s newly named island!!

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I hope we will all get some serious answers sooner than later. I am losing sleep worrying about this problem. David is a huge role to our success in 2017, we need him.