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Don’t Worry About David Price

Let’s start with a little game of good news, bad news. As is tradition, the good news comes first: after inking a seven-year deal worth upwards of $200 million with the Boston Red Sox this offseason, left-handed ace David Price has begun the season with a record of 4-0 in his first six starts. The bad news: he currently sits on a 6.14 ERA, fourth-worst in the America League among...
Via Baseball Essential
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

David Price vs Alex Rodriguez

Sometimes a game can come down to one at-bat, whether the hitter strikes out or lifts his team with a big home run an entire season can hinge on one swing. Ian York breaks down the David Price versus Alex Rodriguez at-bat, pitch-by-pitch using PITCHf/x. Sunday, May 1: Seventh inning, Red Sox vs. Yankees. David Price was having a tough evening, having given up six runs, but the...
Via Sons of Sam Horn
1 day ago

Price 4-0 after ending shaky outing on high note

Alex Rodriguez had already done enough damage by the time Red Sox manager John Farrell ran out to the mound with two outs in the seventh to confer with ace David Price on Sunday night at Fenway Park.
Via RedSox.com
1 day ago

Price, Sox look to sweep away rivals

Red Sox ace David Price, who tied a career high with 14 strikeouts over eight frames in his last outing, starts opposite Yankees right-hander Nathan Eovaldi, who flirted with a no-hitter in his previous start, in Sunday night's series finale.
Via RedSox.com
2 days ago

Putting David Price’s struggles in perspective

When you buy a Ferrari, you have certain expectations. Like, for example, the expectation of traveling unreasonably fast, of achieving ridiculous speeds in a ludicrously short period of time and of looking good in the process. You expect leather, style, the whole lot. And you pay for it up front — oh boy do you pay for it. You buy at the top of the market, but you know what you’re...
Via BP Boston
11 days ago  |  Discuss

David Price: ‘Let us express ourselves with our shoes’

Everyone has an opinion on how to make baseball more appealing to young people and people of color, usually ranging from, “Let the players be themselves and have fun out there!” to, “Stay off my lawn!” Well Red Sox pitcher David Price has his own, fairly novel solution: cool shoes. Via WEEI: “Let us express ourselves with our shoes,” said Price, who wears the Jordan...
Via The Comeback
March 11, 2016  |  Discuss

David Price 'not going to change' Twitter habits with Red Sox

A new contract, a new organization and a new fan base aren’t enough to change David Price. Price has been big on Twitter since joining the party in 2009, and although Boston is a tough market that can chew you up and spit you out, the left-hander plans to continue his same social media habits as a member of the Red Sox. “I’m not going to change,” Price said Monday in Fort...
Via NESN.com
February 17, 2016  |  Discuss

David Price donates $300K to build field for special needs kids

David Taylor Price who was born and raised in Murfreesboro, Tenn., and attended Vanderbilt University, has donated $300,000 to build a baseball field for special needs children in his hometown state. Named Miracle Field, the new ballpark is located in Nashville’s McKnight Park, where the new Boston Red Sox pitcher played baseball as a youngster as well. A groundbreaking ceremony...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
February 05, 2016  |  Discuss

David Price has funny response to free agency rumors

David Price had a funny response on Twitter to all the free agency rumors about him. On Monday, FOX MLB reporter Ken Rosenthal said on MLB Network that he thinks the Boston Red Sox will be major players for Price and/or Zack Greinke. That was enough to get the rumor mill churning. Here was Price’s humorous response later in the evening: I can always tell the big rumor days...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Looking back: Postseason dues paid in full for David Price

Over the years, Major League Baseball has seen a variety of postseason pitching performances that have topped the leaderboard and left many impressed. From Bob Gibson with the 1967 St. Louis Cardinals going 3-0 with three complete games to Madison Bumgarner with the 2014 San Francisco Giants going 2-0 with a 0.43 ERA and a complete-game shutout, pitchers have long been seizing...
Via The Sports Quotient
October 31, 2015  |  Discuss
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