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news | Jul 25th, 10:26pm
David Ortiz wasn't going to let a nagging back injury keep him out of Friday's matchup with David Price and the Rays.
ESPN | Jul 25th, 8:51pm
It appears David Ortiz will not miss his rematch against David Price after all.
news | Jul 25th, 8:49pm
David Price has dominated trade chatter to this point, but could we be focusing on the wrong American League East ace? The Red Sox are in an interesting position with Jon Lester.
KFFL | Jul 25th, 6:12am
The Tampa Bay Rays are going to wait until very close to the deadline to ...
news | Jul 24th, 10:21pm
Seven straight wins had the Rays sitting a suddenly manageable seven games back in the AL East, entering Friday, to say nothing of the meager 4 1/2-game deficit they held in the Wild Card. So it would surprise absolutely no one if all this David Price banter leads to bupkis in terms of actual trade activity before the Deadline.
ESPN | Jul 24th, 5:55pm
Red-hot Rays will wait until next week to decide whether to deal left-hander
news | Jul 23rd, 1:34am
David Price hadn't watched a game from the stands since he was a teenager until he and some of his teammates walked into Busch Stadium on Sunday night in St. Louis.
Rotoworld | Jul 20th, 1:52pm
Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports that the Cardinals "would want a financial commitment" from David Price before they agreed to trade for him.
ESPN | Jul 20th, 3:09am
David Price pitched eight scoreless innings to win five straight starts for the first time in his major league career, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Minnesota Twins 5-1 Saturday night for their fourth consecutive victory.
news | Jul 20th, 2:11am
Tampa Bay cinched its first series of the second half with a 5-1 win over Minnesota Saturday night at Target Field. The win came down to yet another stellar pitching performance from Rays ace David Price, who earned the win to move to 10-7 on the season.
Rotoworld | Jul 20th, 2:08am
David Price threw eight shutout innings Saturday in the Rays' 5-1 defeat of the Twins.
Roto Professor | Jul 14th, 2:55am
So what's going to happen when the luck turns in his favor? How about if the luck turns AND if he's traded to the NL West (or just the NL in general)? He's been good thus far, but things could actually get better moving forward. There's no chance in buying low on Price, but just buying him now may be a good idea. - Eric Stashin
Yahoo | Jun 30th, 9:13pm
I would argue he could benefit from not throwing so many pitches inside the strike zone, but he ranks a modest 17th in that category, so it's not like he's too extreme. At least plenty of the homers are solo since he rarely walks anyone, but it's quite interesting to have historically dominant peripherals and yet be so susceptible to the long ball. Regardless, Price is plenty valuable as is and would be an absolute monster if he gets traded to the National League. - Dalton Del Don