Though David Price didn't win his last start, he continues to throw the ball well for the wild card-leading Tampa Bay Rays.
That's usually been the case when he pitches in Toronto.
In position to record a third straight complete game, Price looks to help the Rays improve their play against division opponents while personally trying to remain unbeaten against the underachieving Blue Jays on the road Friday night.
Price (3-5, 3.94 ERA) is 2-1 with a 1.08 ERA since missing almost two months with a triceps strain. He allowed two first-inning runs and finished with 87 pitches in last Friday's 2-1 loss to Houston when Jarred Cosart took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of his major league debut.
"That's three (starts) in a row where he's been pretty much the same guy," manager Joe Maddon told the Rays' official website.
Price is 6-0 with a 3.38 ERA in seven starts at Rogers Centre, but his last against the Blue Jays (45-49) came at home, where he allowed four runs - two earned - i...