David Price is a Cy Young Award-winning pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays. The first overall selection in the 2007 draft, Price pitched out of the bullpen during the Rays' run through the 2008 playoffs and helped send the Rays to the World Series with a save in Game 7 of the American League Championship Series. The left-hander was the American League starter for the 2010 All-Star Game and won the AL Cy Young Award after a 20-win season in 2012. The Rays once gave out miniature versions of Price's French bulldog, Astro, whose popularity nearly rivals his owner's.
ST. LOUIS — About 10 Rays walked over to Busch Stadium on Sunday night for the rare opportunity to sit in the stands and watch a big-league game as they took in the final few innings of the Cardinals-Dodgers game.
ST. PETERSBURG — Rays left-hander David Price impressively earned a complete game in a 7-3 victory over the Twins on Tuesday night.
But his protective cup deserves a save.
ST. PETERSBURG — LHP David Price enters tonight's start against the Twins hoping to kick off a series better than he did Thursday in a loss to the Yankees.
Before there were pitchers, before there were catchers, before there were green fields waiting for a team to begin work upon them, there was a singular belief in tomorrow.
ST. PETERSBURG — The symbolism was ominous, even if the timing was innocent. By the time the Rays opened their clubhouse to the media Wednesday, 13 hours after their season ended in a loss to Boston, David Price had already emptied out his locker and left the building.
When 5 Gum found out how much LHP David Price loved chewing gum during games, the brand created a customized vending machine for his home. The machine, which was in front of his locker Monday, had his favorite flavors, as well as a digital screen with his favorite photos, including one of his dog, …
ST. PETERSBURG — LHP David Price is back on the mound tonight after being pulled in the eighth inning of Monday's 2-1 win over Boston.
NEW YORK — The Rays wouldn't have minded keeping the Red Sox guessing for another day or two, but LHP David Price once again couldn't keep a secret.
The All-Star break comes late this year, and the Rays have to be wishing at this point they could just skip it. After a slow start, injuries to several key players and a couple of months of maddeningly inconsistent play, the Rays rolled toward the break playing their absolute best baseball of the season. Here's a look …
HOUSTON — The Rays appear confident Evan Longoria (plantar fasciitis) won't be going on the disabled list, with the All-Star third baseman hoping he can return tonight.