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Aug 27, 2014
Rotoworld
David Price was chased from Wednesday's start with no outs in the third inning, allowing eight runs, in a loss to the Yankees.
Aug 27, 2014
ESPN Fantasy Baseball
David Price was removed in the third inning after surrendering nine-straight hits in the Tigers' 8-4 loss to the Yankees.
Grand Rapids Press 14 hours ago

Detroit Tigers' David Price discusses ugly start against Yankees: 'I'm human, I have bad games'

When asked whether Tigers starter David Price felt off during his pregame bullpen, the former AL Cy Young Award winner replied: "That was the best bullpen I've had since I've been here."
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 28, 2014

Yankees pound nine straight hits in third to sting David Price, Tigers, 8-4

Yankees explode for eight runs in third inning, with a hitting display not seen in the A.L. since 1996
Bless You Boys Aug 28, 2014

Yankees 8, Tigers 4: David Price gives up eight runs in second-shortest start of career

David Price allows eight runs in the third inning without retiring a batter. He took the loss in what was a tie for the most runs he's given up in his major league career. DETROIT — Every pitcher has an off-night, but for David Price, it was about as bad as they come. The left-hander gave up every run the Yankees would get in one inning, and despite papercut runs scored by the Tigers and a solid performance by the Tigers bullpen, the Tigers lost 8-4 and now sit 2 1/2 games behind the Royals in the AL Central. "It was just an off-night," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "He left some...

Postgame notes: “It builds confidence, you know”

The Yankees made David Price throw 28 pitches in the first inning. In the second inning, their first two hitters singled. Price pitched out of each jam, but already the Yankees offense was showing some signs of life, and that was before the nine-hit third inning. “It’s fun, but you don’t see that very often,” […] The post Postgame notes: “It builds confidence, you know” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
New York Post Aug 27, 2014

Yankees pound David Price, Tigers with eight-run third

DETROIT — Nine straight hits to start the third inning was what it took for the Yankees to knock David Price out of Wednesday night’s game against the Tigers. For...
River Ave. Blues Aug 27, 2014

Yankees use nine-hit inning to grab 8-4 win over Price, Tigers

Now that is how you rebound from a loss. The Yankees have had a knack for following winning streaks with extended losing stretches this year, but they brushed Tuesday’s loss aside and pounded David Price and the Tigers on Wednesday, winning the middle game of the series 8-4. They’ve now won six of their last […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogYankees use nine-hit inning to grab 8-4 win over Price, Tigers The post Yankees use nine-hit inning to grab 8-4 win over Price, Tigers appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Rotoworld Aug 27, 2014

Price allows 9 straight hits in loss to Yanks - David Price (S) Detroit Tigers

David Price was chased from Wednesday's start with no outs in the third inning, allowing eight runs, in a loss to the Yankees.
Grand Rapids Press Aug 27, 2014
Yankees 8, Tigers 4: David Price gives up nine straight hits, gets lit up on Derek Jeter Night

Yankees 8, Tigers 4: David Price gives up nine straight hits, gets lit up on Derek Jeter Night

Coming off a one-hit complete game gem, David Price imploded Wednesday night, giving up nine straight hits to the New York Yankees without recording an out and lasting just two-plus innings in his second home start at Comerica Park. DETROIT -- David Price followed up one of his best starts with one of his worst. Coming off a one-hit complete game-gem, Price imploded Wednesday night, giving up nine straight hits to the New York Yankees without recording an out and lasting just two-plus innings in his second home start at Comerica Park. Notorious for pitching deep...
Detroit News Aug 27, 2014

Tigers' David Price allows nine straight hits in night to forget

In the third inning of a game at Comerica Park that followed a tribute to the retiring Deter Jeter, Price lasted only two-plus innings. He left after allowing nine consecutive hits while not retiring a batter in the third.
David Price knocked out of second-shortest start by nine straight Yankees hits

David Price knocked out of second-shortest start by nine straight Yankees hits

DETROIT — With the fifth starter role in limbo because of Anibal Sanchez’s injury, and Justin Verlander still a question mark, the Tigers can’t afford many poor starts from their top three of Max Scherzer, David Price and Rick Porcello. So it was a sickening feeling, watching Price implode in the third inning vs. the Yankees on Wednesday, when he allowed nine straight hits without recording an out. It was the second-shortest start of his career, behind a 1 1/3 inning appearance against the Texas Rangers on July 4, 2009. Price allowed a leadoff single to Jacoby Ellsbury, followed by an...
Bronx Banter Aug 27, 2014

No Time to Slide

David Price is all that stands in the way of the start of a new...
Grand Rapids Press Aug 27, 2014
Detroit Tigers Gameday: David Price makes second home start; Tigers set to honor Derek Jeter tonight

Detroit Tigers Gameday: David Price makes second home start; Tigers set to honor Derek Jeter tonight

The Tigers will Kalamazoo high-school standout Derek Jeter in a special pre-game on-field ceremony tonight. The ceremony will take place at 6:45 p.m. GAME INFORMATIONWho: Detroit Tigers (71-59, 2nd in AL Central) vs. New York Yankees (68-62, 2nd in AL East)When: 7:08 p.m.Where: Comerica Park in DetroitTV: Fox Sports Detroit, ESPNRadio: 97.1 The Ticket and the Detroit Tigers radio networkTwitter: Follow James Schmehl STARTING PITCHERSDetroit TigersLHP David Price (12-9, 3.00 ERA)Lifetime vs. Yankees: 10-5, 3.63 ERA New York YankeesRHP Shane Greene (3-1,...

A question of Price

NEW YORK -- David Price turned 29 Tuesday. Wednesday, he pitches for the Tigers against the Yankees. By this time next year, he may be on the verge of free agency. At that point -- if, of course, he doesn't re-sign with the Tigers -- he most assuredly will be linked to the Bronx, regardless of his past stances on facial hair. But the Yankees could be faced with an old familiar question: Should they pay a lot for a 30-something ace? It is a topic they will be forced to discuss this offseason when they decide how hard to pursue Max Scherzer and/or Jon Lester.
Bless You Boys Aug 27, 2014

Game 131 Preview: Yankees at Tigers

The Tigers will look to solve Yankees starter Shane Greene in their second meeting against the rookie right-hander this season. David Price will take the mound for the Tigers. New York Yankees at Detroit Tigers Time/Place: 7:08 p.m., Comerica Park SB Nation blog: Pinstripe Alley Media: Fox Sports Detroit, ESPN, MLB.TV, Tigers Radio Network Pitching Matchup: RHP Shane Greene (3-1, 3.17 ERA) vs. LHP David Price (12-9, 3.00 ERA) Pitcher GS IP K/9 BB/9 HR/9 WHIP FIP SIERA fWAR Greene 8 48.1 8.57 2.98 0.74 1.32 3.55 3.32 0.9 Price 27 201.1 9.88 1.30 1.03 1.00 2.93 2.65 4.6 Shane...

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