David Price‘s first season in Boston had its ups and downs. He started slowly but then rebounded and looked much better in the second half. He led the league in innings and starts too, so even if he didn’t look like a Cy Young Award winner out there, he certainly put in the work.
The playoffs were a problem. He got one start against the Indians in the Division Series and, sadly for him and the Sox, he gave up five runs on six hits in three and a third innings. That certainly didn’t sit well with Sox fans, but hey, the playoffs are a crap shoot, everyone has a bad day and you gotta let that stuff go once the offseason hits, right?
Price certainly has. He’s even joking a bit at his own expense as he begins a vacation:
It’s good everyone can laugh about it now. Or at least almost everyone.
Wow. Tough room.
I’d suggest checking back in with them at New Year’s, David. Maybe they’ll be over it by then.