Veteran pitcher David Price will soon be suiting up for his fifth MLB team, and he’ll be changing his number now that he’s in a new environment.
Price’s tenure in Boston wasn’t a disaster per se, but he didn’t come even close to delivering on the massive contract he was awarded, which the team deserves blame for.
But it does appear that he’s looking to start over in Los Angeles, since having been traded to the Dodgers, and he’s doing that by changing his number. Price will no longer don No. 10, and will instead wear No. 33, paying tribute to former teammate James Shields in doing so.
Cool gesture by Price, as the two played together in Tampa Bay, where both of their careers began.