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Grand Rapids Press Oct 9, 2017
2017 MLB playoffs: David Price helps Red Sox avoid elimination

2017 MLB playoffs: David Price helps Red Sox avoid elimination

Price entered the game after another former Tiger, Doug Fister, struggled in his first start of the postseason. David Price has found redemption for a disappointing 2017 season in the bullpen. The former Detroit Tiger pitched four scoreless innings Sunday in the Boston Red Sox' 10-3 win over the Houston Astros.  Boston staved off elimination and will play again Monday at Fenway Park, down 2-1 in the series. Price entered the game after another former Tiger, Doug Fister, struggled in his first start of the postseason. He lasted only 1 1/3 innings, giving up three...
Over the Monster Oct 9, 2017
David Price’s performance in Game Four was incredible

David Price’s performance in Game Four was incredible

Obviously The Red Sox had a lot of things go right for them on Sunday and they had a number of players step up and give them the big win to keep the series alive. Hanley Ramirez was on fire at the plate, picking up four hits including a huge hit in the seventh to help start the big rally that broke the game open. Rafael Devers hit the massive home run in the third to give the Red Sox the lead in the first place. Joe Kelly was the first out of the bullpen, and though he got some major help from his defense he kept the Astros off the scoreboard and bridged the game into the fourth. Mookie...
Over the Monster Oct 9, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Hanley Ramirez, John Farrell

Daily Red Sox Links: David Price, Hanley Ramirez, John Farrell

Today’s links look at some takeaways from Sunday’s huge win, David Price’s changing perception, and Rafael Devers’ youth. David Price has spent most of the year outside of a large section of the fan base’s good graces. That changed in a big way on Sunday. (Dan Shaughnessy; Boston Globe) The lefty, of course, has struggled in the postseason as a starter, but he made it clear after Sunday’s game that he believes he can and will succeed in that role. (Jen McCaffrey; Masslive) Chad Finn has a list of thoughts after Sunday’s win, but most importantly that this team doesn’t back...
Sports Illustrated Oct 8, 2017

David Price Finds Himself in Boston as Red Sox Relief Ace

Price has fired 6 2/3 innings of scoreless relief against the Astros in the ALDS.
Fenway Nation Oct 8, 2017
Red Sox Stay Alive With Offensive Outburst, Win 10-3

Red Sox Stay Alive With Offensive Outburst, Win 10-3

Down 3-0 early, it was looking like a repeat of 2016's quick post-season exit. After Doug Fister exited in the second inning, Mookie Betts robbed ex-Sox Josh Reddick of a three-run blast—keeping the deficit at three. Then, after the Red Sox scratched out two runs to get close, Rafael 'Baby Ruth' Devers delivered a two-run HR to CF to give Boston the lead to stay. Then, David Price and the offense took over. Price—who may have forever changed his post-season narrative—tossed four scoreless innings. Boston kept the pressure on with a 6-run seventh—including a three-run HR by Jackie...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 8, 2017

David Price calls ALDS Game 3 outing his best moment with Red Sox ‘by far’

Boston Red Sox lefty David Price is flying high after helping his team stay alive in their ALDS series against the Houston Astros. Price, who pitched four scoreless innings in relief as Boston earned the 10-3 victory in Sunday’s Game 3, said afterwards that the outing was his best moment in a Red Sox uniform...Read More
Outside Pitch Oct 8, 2017

Boston Red Sox: David Price has finally arrived in the playoffs

When the Boston Red Sox signed David Price before the 2016 season they knew who he was. The left-hander is one of the best pitchers in the game, but his track record in the playoffs isn’t pretty. That’s always been something that many have regarded as nothing more than a coincidence though. Then again, others have seen […] The post Boston Red Sox: David Price has finally arrived in the playoffs appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Over the Monster Oct 8, 2017
Red Sox 10, Astros 3: This thing ain’t over

Red Sox 10, Astros 3: This thing ain’t over

David Price leads the Red Sox to a massive win. Five game series can be annoying and frustrating, but they also lead to a whole lot of intrigue. The Red Sox seemed doomed heading into this game having been utterly dismantled by the Astros in the first two games on this series. Then, they came out in this game and now they’re suddenly one win away from tying things up and forcing a decisive Game Five. The odds are certainly still stacked against them, but they played outstanding baseball today and got themselves back into this series, earning a little more respect for themselves along the...
Outside Pitch Oct 7, 2017

Boston Red Sox: David Price dominates in wasted bullpen effort

The Boston Red Sox once again didn’t bring of a fight on Friday. They’re now down 2-0 in a best-of-five ALDS against the Houston Astros. Although it’s hard to find positives, that doesn’t mean none exist. One of those positives happens to be David Price. The pitcher has well documented postseason struggles, but looked lights out for […] The post Boston Red Sox: David Price dominates in wasted bullpen effort appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Over the Monster Oct 3, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, David Price, Eduardo Nunez

Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, David Price, Eduardo Nunez

It’s all about that postseason build up. With the odds for the playoffs set, there’s a clear blueprint for a World Series championship for the Red Sox. (Ted Berg; For The Win) The starting rotation is going to decide whether the Sox go deep or go home. (Steve Buckley; Boston Herald) There will also need to be a postseason superhero not named David Ortiz. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald) Experience could go a long way in helping Boston traverse the treacherous waters of the postseason. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe) Chris Sale and David Price will have a lot to say about how far the...
Over the Monster Oct 2, 2017
No, David Price should not be starting a playoff game

No, David Price should not be starting a playoff game

His most valuable role right now is in the bullpen. The Red Sox have not made things easy all year long, but they got where they wanted to go. In clinching the division on Saturday, they put themselves into an ALDS and avoided the wildcard game. Every team in baseball will tell you at the start of the year that, while the ultimate goal is of course a championship, the first step in that quest is winning the division. All things considered, this was a very successful regular season for the Red Sox. That being said, there are of course some real flaws with this Red Sox team. That can be said...
Over the Monster Oct 2, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Eduardo Nuñez, David Price

Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Eduardo Nuñez, David Price

Todays’ links look at the playoff rotation, the year’s turning points, and Eduardo Nuñez’ status. Michael Silverman looks at some of the turning points that led the Red Sox to their second consecutive division title. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald) No shock here: Chris Sale is pitching Game One for the Red Sox. He is more than ready for this opportunity. (Rob Bradford; WEEI) Behind Sale, though, there are still questions for Boston. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com) One possibility could be Sale going on three days rest, though nothing has been decided as of this writing. (Christopher...
Fenway Nation Sep 28, 2017
Sox Cut Magic Number To 2, Bail Our Porcello, 10-7

Sox Cut Magic Number To 2, Bail Our Porcello, 10-7

The most important thing to come out of last night game is that the Red Sox are an inch closer to the division crown. Despite another lousy performance from Rick Porcello (5.2 innings, 5 ER), Boston's offense came off the mat to score nine runs in the first three innings. Monster shots by Hanley Ramirez (solo HR) and Xander Bogaerts (3-run HR) led the way in the eventual 10-7 win. Dustin Pedroia, Mitch Moreland (solo HR) and Rajai Davis each had two hits apiece. David Price was nasty in 1.1 innings of work—striking out three. Boston enjoys a three-game lead over The Bronx Embalmers with...
Larry Brown Sports Sep 28, 2017

David Price dominating in new bullpen role

David Price may suddenly be the highest-paid reliever in MLB history, but at least he is well on his way to perfecting his new craft. Since returning from the disabled list earlier this month, Price has made three appearances out of the bullpen for the Boston Red Sox. In those three outings, he has pitched...Read More
Fenway Nation Sep 23, 2017
Sox Hit Comeback Trail, Empire Fail, Magic Number 6

Sox Hit Comeback Trail, Empire Fail, Magic Number 6

It was not looking good. Rick Porcello coughed up an early 1-0 by giving up a grand slam to a guy named 'Scooter'. But then, as they have so many times before, the Red Sox roared back. Pouncing on a rookie Reds pitcher (who grew up a Yankee fan), Boston answered with four runs of their own for a 5-4 win. The big blow was by rookie Rafael Devers—a three run HR to give The Carmine Hose the lead. Again, the bullpen was elite—most notably David Price who had another stellar outing (2.2 innings, no earned runs, 4 Ks). Craig Kimbrel pitched the ninth for the save. The Evil Empire was pounded...

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