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Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - David Price
Here are this week's MLB Power Rankings featuring thoughts on each team from Mark Zuckerman, Chase Hughes and myself, Steve Roney.
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon gave the usual answer after a pitcher plunks a hitter and emotions boil over. Then he slipped in a quick little line that probably told the truth.
It was only fitting that a batter who was by a pitch scored the winning run.
The Rays and Red Sox are at it again.
This time the walkoff win took 15 innings. The Rays will take it, though.
Albert Pujols hit a pair of solo homers against David Price, and Matt Shoemaker took a shutout into the seventh inning to lead the Los Angeles Angels over the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 Sunday.
Albert Pujols added David Price's name to a growing list of pitchers he has homered off during 13 power-packed years in the majors.
Even when he hit his spot, David Price couldn't keep Albert Pujols in the ballpark.
Rochester's Dylan Fosnacht threw 194 pitches as he took a shutout into the 15th inning of a tournament game Tuesday. The right-hander wound up with a no-decision when his team beat La Center 1-0 in the 17th inning.
A long, long start for a Washington state high school pitcher caught the attention of Tampa Bay Rays ace David Price.
David Price was nearly untouchable, giving up just a run, and he still walked off the field in the eighth inning in line for the loss.
Jake Odorizzi did his job on the mound backing up what David Price did the previous night for Tampa Bay.
The lack of timely hitting again doomed the Tampa Bay Rays.
Eleven days after he was released by the Baltimore Orioles, Steve Pearce was a huge reason they beat Tampa Bay.
Jose Abreu drove in four runs and set a major league rookie record for RBIs through the end of April and the Chicago White Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 9-2 on Sunday.
"She tried her own conventional grip and didn't really throw it where she was trying to," Price said.
Price said the first lady's pitching arm isn't bad.