David Price doesn't want to pitch in 2018 All-Star Game

David Price doesn't want to pitch in 2018 All-Star Game
David Price is pitching like an All-Star lately but he has no interest in being one this year, even going as far as joking he'd "play a lot of Fortnite" to get out of pitching. The Red Sox left-hander is 6-0 in his past seven starts and has allowed two or fewer runs in all but one of those outings. The five-time All-Star last was selected for the Midsummer Classic in 2015. Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch will be managing the American League squad, which will be constructed through fan and player voting and some selections from Hinch himself. "I feel like if he did (select me), it would just be to get me to throw an extra inning," Price said Tuesday, according to the Boston Herald. "And that would be a pretty pro move on his part. I'll come up with something, if I am an All-Star, so I won't have to pitch. I'll play a lot of Fortnite the night before, so I'll be down (unavailable)." Price was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome... 
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