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Fantasy Update

Jan 24, 2015
Rotoworld
David Price indicated at Tigerfest on Saturday that he's absolutely considering signing a long-term contract extension with the Tigers.
Jan 22, 2015
KFFL
Detroit Tigers SP David Price said he would consider signing a long-term extension with the ...
Rotoworld Jan 24, 2015

David Price open to extension with Tigers - David Price (S) Detroit Tigers

David Price indicated at Tigerfest on Saturday that he's absolutely considering signing a long-term contract extension with the Tigers.
Grand Rapids Press Jan 22, 2015
David Price open to long-term extension with Detroit Tigers: 'I've enjoyed my time here'

David Price open to long-term extension with Detroit Tigers: 'I've enjoyed my time here'

David Price spoke to reporters Thursday before departing on the Tigers Winter Caravan and dismissed any claims that he isnt content with his current situation in Detroit. DETROIT -- David Price isn't exactly sure how the rumors surfaced or where they all began. He just knows the reports aren't true. He likes Detroit. He really does. Price spoke to reporters Thursday before departing on the Tigers Winter Caravan and dismissed any claims that he isn't content with his current situation in Detroit. "I've enjoyed my time here," Price said at Comerica Park. "I enjoyed...
KFFL Jan 22, 2015

Tigers | David Price open to long-term deal

Detroit Tigers SP David Price said he would consider signing a long-term extension with the ...
Tampa Bay Times Jan 16, 2015

David Price gets record $19.75M 1-year deal from Tigers

DETROIT — Pitcher David Price and the Tigers avoided arbitration with a record-setting deal.
Bless You Boys Jan 16, 2015

David Price signs for record $19.75 million one-year contract with Tigers, avoids arbitration

Alfredo Simon and J.D. Martinez have also agreed to terms, while Al Alburquerque and the Tigers exchanged salary figures. The Tigers have settled their biggest arbitration case of the offseason by signing starting pitcher David Price to a one-year, $19.75 million contract for the 2015 season. The agreed salary is higher than the $18.9 million projected by MLB Trade Rumors, and is a record for a one-year contract for a player not yet eligible for free agency. Price's deal shattered the previous record set when Max Scherzer signed for $15.525 million prior to the 2014 season. The Tigers also...
Grand Rapids Press Jan 16, 2015
Report: Detroit Tigers, David Price agree to one-year deal worth $19.75 million for 2015 season

Report: Detroit Tigers, David Price agree to one-year deal worth $19.75 million for 2015 season

Three other Tigers players are currently eligible for arbitration: right-handed starter Alfredo Simon, outfielder J.D. Martinez and right-handed reliever Al Alburqueque. It's one down and three to go for the Detroit Tigers. But they got the biggest deal done first. The Tigers and left-hander David Price have come to an agreement on a contract that will pay Price $19.75 million for the 2015 season, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. The $19.75 million salary is the highest salary ever for an arbitration-eligible player. Price was eligible for arbitration...
KFFL Jan 16, 2015

Tigers | David Price avoids arbitration

Detroit Tigers SP David Price avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $19.75 million deal ...
Viva El Birdos Jan 14, 2015

2015 Draft Preview Chapter 2: The Early Favourites, Position Edition

All the hitters your fearless guide fearlessly loves, long before he should have any opinion at all. When I type "David Price" into Google search, both "David Price Cardinals" and "David Price St. Louis" are auto-complete options presented to me. I'm just going to go ahead and take this as a sign that the former Tampa ace is destined to escape the apocalyptic ruins of Detroit and make his way here, to the Gateway City, for the next six or seven years. And all will be well, and all manner of things will be well. (Seriously, though, for a team so committed to competing for the postseason and...
Grand Rapids Press Jan 14, 2015
David Price, J.D. Martinez among four Detroit Tigers to file for arbitration

David Price, J.D. Martinez among four Detroit Tigers to file for arbitration

Price, Martinez, Alfredo Simon and Al Alburquerque officially filed for arbitration prior to the Tuesday deadline. The Detroit Tigers have four players eligible for arbitration. Three of those players are in very interesting situations. David Price, Alfredo Simon, J.D. Martinez and Al Alburquerque officially filed for arbitration prior to the Tuesday deadline. Each of those players and the Tigers are due to submit proposed salary figures Friday and, if they cannot come to an agreement, take their cases before an arbitrator next month. The Tigers have never had...
Viva El Birdos Jan 11, 2015

Max Scherzer, David Price, Cole Hamels, and the St. Louis Cardinals innings gap

The Cardinals already face an innings-pitched gap in 2015. What happens if one of the workhorses they're counting on goes down? Entering a second consecutive season, the St. Louis Cardinals face an innings-pitched gap in their starting rotation, one that is both conceptual and real. This is likely the driving force behind the Cardinals' reported interest in innings-eating starters Max Scherzer, David Price, and Cole Hamels. It also doesn't hurt that all three pitchers have ace-caliber stuff and are elite run preventers to boot. Last offseason, you'll recall that the Cardinals' weakest link...
Bless You Boys Jan 11, 2015

How much is David Price worth to the Tigers?

David Price is scheduled to become a free agent after the 2015 season. Here is a look at what it might take to sign him to a long term extension. David Price is simply one of the best starting pitchers in the game of baseball. Over the past four seasons, he ranks fourth in the major leagues in  Wins above replacement (WAR), right behind Justin Verlander and just ahead of Max Scherzer, according to fangraphs.  In 2014, Price led the major leagues in innings pitched and his 6.1 WAR was fourth in the major leagues, higher than any pitcher on the Tigers’ roster. He had a lower ERA and...
Bless You Boys Jan 9, 2015

What should the Tigers ask for in a David Price trade with the Cardinals?

The Cardinals are reportedly interested in Price and have some prospects to deal. Who should the Tigers ask for? For a moment, ignore the idea of whether the Tigers should trade David Price. There are ideas that they would trade Price and re-sign Max Scherzer, but we're not worried about that right now. Assume that the Tigers are going to trade Price to the St. Louis Cardinals, who are reportedly interested in the star left-hander. Our question -- and one of the ones I skipped over in this week's mailbag -- is this: who should the Tigers ask for in return for Price? Viva El...
Viva El Birdos Jan 9, 2015

St. Louis Cardinals trade rumors: Buyer beware on David Price

Over the last five seasons, David Price has been one of the league's best pitchers. His 23.4 fWAR from 2010 through 2014 ranks fifth in all of baseball behind Clayton Kershaw, Justin Verlander, Felix Hernandez, and Cliff Lee. However, is one-year of his services worth the projected asking price? As discussed by Craig yesterday, the Cardinals are reportedly interested in three of the game's biggest starting pitchers—David Price (trade), Cole Hamels (trade), and Max Scherzer (free agent). Eric followed by asking whether or not it makes sense for the Cardinals to deal prospects for Price...
Viva El Birdos Jan 8, 2015

Does it makes sense for the Cardinals to trade prospects for Cole Hamels or David Price?

Given that the organization continues to come up in various acquisition talks surrounding starting pitchers, a good look at what the farm system might look like afterwards is worth a post of it's own This morning, Craig unpacked this article from Ken Rosenthal and Jon Morosi outlining the pursuit of both free agent Max Scherzer and the potential trades for expensive-but-already-signed Cole Hamels and David Price. On Tuesday, Rosenthal floated speculation that the Cardinals might also be in the double-secret-probation market for the services of James Shields, which Ben alluded to in this...
Bless You Boys Jan 6, 2015

You could create David Price's newest logo!

Price is looking for a new logo for his charitable organization, Project 14. David Price is one of Major League Baseball's more engaging athletes on social media. He interacts with fans on Twitter, and posts pictures of his dog, Astro, on Instagram quite frequently. He has even given away memorabilia as a part of contests. This time, he's taking things one step further. Price is crowdsourcing a new logo for his charity organization, Project 14 (pronounced 'one-four'). He is taking submissions from fans on Twitter, and will be giving away a four-pack of tickets and batting practice passes...

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