Tune into Sun Sports at 6:30 p.m. to watch the Tampa Bay Rays take on the Toronto Blue Jays.
David Price couldn't ask for a better opponent to face as he tries to bounce back from his worst start of the season.
The left-hander will take the mound Tuesday night when the visiting Tampa Bay Rays conclude a two-game series with the Toronto Blue Jays, a team Price has dominated like no other in his career.
Since breaking into the majors in 2008, Price has posted 10 of his 46 wins versus Toronto, and his 2.13 ERA in 13 starts against the Blue Jays is his best versus any opponent he's made more than five starts against.
That success continued April 18 as Price (5-2, 2.98 ERA) allowed two runs over 5 2-3 innings of a 12-2 victory, improving to 4-0 with a 3.41 ERA in five starts at Rogers Centre.
"I feel good pitching here," Price said. "It's a dome, just like it is back at home."
That outing was the first of four straight wins for Price in which he gave up five runs over 29 innings, ...