After claiming to hold all the cards, David Price struggled like the rest of the Boston Red Sox starters this season.
I guess it is better to get all of the poor play out of the way now. The Boston Red Sox aren’t exactly playing great baseball and one of the main reasons is because of the starting pitching.
The starting rotation has been pretty awful this season. They have failed to get deep into games and have given up boatloads of runs.
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David Price got his first start on Tuesday night and it wasn’t the outing that he was hoping for. Price only pitched 6 innings and gave up 3 home runs and 4 earned runs. Now Price gets to boast a 6.00 ERA.
Price claimed that he held all the cards now after the series and it was hard to disagree with him. But if you are gonna talk the talk, you better walk the walk. Letting up 3 home runs in your first start isn’t doing that.
With his performance last season, David Price has earned some chances. One bad start isn’t bad, but if he can’t get it together in his next few starts things won’t look good for him.
Price became loved by the Boston Red Sox fans last season. He went from disliked to one of the teams most popular players. Still if he keeps struggling fans will get on top of him and so will the media.