Found August 20, 2014 on Geeks and Cleats:
PLAYERS: David Price
TEAMS: Detroit Tigers
  Rays’ fans kept it classy this evening.  The Detroit Tigers were in town for some Tuesday night baseball action in Tampa Bay and one might even say that David Price would’ve been received with boo’s. That’s definitely not the case with Rays fans. David Price received a standing ovation. You can tell he’s still at home even though he’s not in uniform. [tennessean] The post David Price Received Standing Ovation In Tampa Bay (Photo) appeared first on Geeks & Cleats.
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