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|2015 Season (CBSSports.com)||240.00||19.00||7.00||0.00||2.89||1.09||253.00||43.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Cleveland|| 21.1||2||0|| 0.42||0||3||21|
|vs LHB|| 43.0||0||0|| 1.88||0||4||40|
|vs RHB|| 139.1||0||0|| 2.58||0||32||139|
|12/26/2014||Domonic Brown, RF PHI|
C.J. Wilson, SP LAA
Corey Kluber, SP CLE
|David Price, SP TOR|
David Robertson, RP CHW
Nolan Arenado, 3B COL
|12/26/2014||David Price, SP TOR|
Rick Porcello, SP BOS
|Jose Quintana, SP CHW|
Andrew Miller, RP NYY
|12/26/2014||James Paxton, SP SEA||David Price, SP TOR|
|Last 10 Games|
Blue Jays SP David Price continues to excel
|by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer|
|(8/26/15) Blue Jays starter David Price gave up a first-inning home run but then settled in to pick up his fourth win since being traded to Toronto.
On his 30th birthday, Price improved to 13-4 on the season. He allowed five hits in six innings while striking out eight batters.
The six-inning stint was the shortest of Price's five starts with the Blue Jays, and his 95-pitch night was the first time in nine starts that he's thrown fewer than 100 pitches.
Blue Jays SP David Price posts another fine outing on Friday
|by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer|
|(8/22/15) Blue Jays starter David Price was strong in his outing against the Angels on Friday. The star left-hander allowed two runs on six hits over eight innings. He walked one and struck out nine, throwing 76 of his 109 pitches for strikes. The Jays went on to win the game 9-2.
Price (12-4, 2.40 ERA) blanked the Angels through the first four innings before allowing a run in the fifth. He put up more gooseggs until allowing a solo home run to Kole Calhoun in the eighth. But Price was backed by plenty of run support, en route to the big victory.
He is now 3-0 with a tiny 1.78 ERA in four starts as a member of the Blue Jays.
Blue Jays' David Price gives up 11 hits in no-decision
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(8/14/15) Blue Jays pitcher David Price took a no-decision against the Yankees on Friday.
Price pitched 7 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on 11 hits, the most hits he's allowed since May 8.
Price didn't walk a batter for the first time since June 28.
Blue Jays SP David Price awesome again in blanking Yankees
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(8/8/15) The Blue Jays hoped for the best when they acquired stud starter David Price from the Tigers at the trading deadline. And that's what they're getting.
Price couldn't have been much better than he was Saturday in Yankee Stadium. He blanked the Bronx Bombers on three hits over seven innings with three walks and seven strikeouts.
The super lefty allowed two baserunners in the fourth and seventh innings, but worked out of both jams.
Price has been lights-out since the deal. He has given up only one run on six hits in 15 innings while fanning 18. He has earned the win in both outings to raise his record to 11-4 in a free agent year.
David Price strikes out 11 in Blue Jays debut on Monday
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(8/3/15) David Price was outstanding in his Blue Jays debut Monday against the Twins, striking out 11 batters in eight innings during a 5-1 win. The left-hander, who was acquired in a blockbuster deal with the Tigers last week, allowed one run on three hits and two walks.
Price (10-4) got off to a great start, as he struck out the first two batters. He did fall behind in the second inning, as Torii Hunter hit a one-out solo home run. But Ryan Goins tied the game on a solo home run in the bottom of the second inning and Price never looked back.
He had multiple strikeouts in the first, second, fourth and sixth innings. He threw 80 of 119 pitches for strikes.
''That was the best atmosphere I've ever been in,'' Price said. ''I've never experienced anything like that.''
Price's 11 strikeouts were the most by any pitcher in his Blue Jays debut, according to the Associated Press. Roger Clemens struck out nine in his Toronto debut April 2, 1997.
''There's guys that kind of separate themselves,'' Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. ''David's at the top. He's one of those guys. That's what they do.''
|2014 summary: David Price had never had better control or been harder to make contact against than he was in 2014, yet his season could be seen as a mild disappointment. He did finish sixth among pitchers in Fantasy value but was overshadowed by Clayton Kershaw, Johnny Cueto and Corey Kluber. Perhaps if Price had a better record than 15-12, he would have received more acclaim. The career-high 25 home runs Price allowed helped to float his ERA above 3.00, and given that his ground ball rate dropped for the second season in a row, there may be reason for mild concern there.|
Playing time status: Price set a career high with 248 1/3 innings in 2014, and while he may not reach that number, he should be a Fantasy workhorse once again.
2015 outlook: Strikeout pitcher, ground ball specialist, control artist...Price hasn't been all of these things every season, but he's done enough of each to pitch at an elite level nearly every year. He should be a top six starter again next season for the Tigers, worthy of a pick in the early rounds.
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|8/31/15||CLE||7:07 pm||Danny Salazar|
|9/1/15||CLE||7:07 pm||Cody Anderson|
|9/2/15||CLE||7:07 pm||Trevor Bauer|
|9/4/15||BAL||7:07 pm||Ubaldo Jimenez|
|9/5/15||BAL||1:07 pm||Miguel Gonzalez|
|9/6/15||BAL||1:07 pm||Wei-Yin Chen|
|9/7/15||@ BOS||1:35 pm||Rick Porcello|
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