David Price pitches during Game Two of the 2018 World Series. (Al Bello/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- It’s true David Price won a post-season start, and now he’s won another. The struggles are over.
The Red Sox ace was effective again in a Game Two 4-2 win last night. Six innings, two runs, three hits, three walks, five strikeouts, and he needed just 88 pitches. This has to feel good?
"Today it was amazing," Sox skipper Alex Cora said. "I get it, the numbers and all that, but this guy is a great pitcher. He’s been one of the best pitchers in the big leagues for a while. And he cares. I was happy for that, because he deserves it. This guy works, he cares about his teammates, he’s one of the best pitchers in the big leagues."
The Red Sox Thrive With Two Outs
"This is the biggest stage in baseball," Price said. "You know there is no other stage, that’s going to be bigger than pitching in a World Series game, Unless its game seven of the World Series. So to able to do that, that feels good for sure. You know I am pumped for myself, I’m pumped for my teammates and coaches, for us to be two wins away, and two nothing right now in the world series that’s a good feeling."
Game three tomorrow.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports