The former Monarch makes his 17th MLB postseason start Thursday in the American League Division Series - but his first wearing a Houston Astros uniform.
The Red Sox have dropped the first two games of their series against the Astros, losing 8-2 both times. Chris Sale, who will either win the Cy Young this year or finish second, was tagged for seven runs over five innings, surrendering three home runs in the process in Game 1.
Overall Price went 2 2/3 innings, allowing just one hit and one walk, while striking out two.
It was just 10 days ago that Houston Astros pitcher Brad Peacock went to the Fenway Park mound and defeated Boston in the opening game of the regular season-ending four-game series against the Red Sox. The Astros received a flawless top half of the seventh from Devenski including two strikeouts before Altuve gave the Astros another insurance run with his third solo home run of the game to make it 8-2 in the bottom half of the inning. Among the stars for the Astros were Alex Bregman and Jose Altuve who each had home runs. Another reason that the Red Sox should feel confident about where the team is heading into the playoffs is because the team has been hitting more home runs over the last couple of weeks. Then the series will switch to Boston on Sunday for Game 3, with a potential Game 4 also scheduled there for Monday.
Altuve hit a pair of home runs off the Red Sox ace as Houston pouned the Red Sox 8-2 in the ALDS opener. Four earned runs later, and he was out of the ballgame. Altuve had three home runs alone in Game 1.
Dallas Keuchel remains undefeated in his postseason career at 3-0 and it took him a while to get things going in Game 2. Live television coverage of this game is on the #Fox Sports 1 channel around the United States.
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"It's going to take some time to heal, but we don't have that kind of time right now", he said.
"As far as a team meeting goes, our guys I think are a very close-knit team", Farrell explained.
"We got to win another game, we got to continue to play like we've been playing the first two games", said catcher Brian McCann.
Allen came in with two on and two outs in the eighth to face Judge, who struck out for the fourth time and the rookie angrily snatched at his bat in frustration.
Coming into this series, Doug Fister was the only pitcher on the Red Sox with a postseason victory.
Before the game, Farrell wouldn't rule out the possibility of bringing Sale back on three days' rest to start Game 4. The Red Sox offense wasn't up to the task for a comeback (and a ton of credit goes to Keuchel for this, of course) but Price gave them every opportunity to do so. He connected again in the seventh off reliever Austin Maddox to give Houston a quick boost in the best-of-five series. He limited Boston to two runs on six hits over six innings, notching his first postseason win since 2013 with the Tigers. The right-hander also went 2-0 with a 1.38 ERA against the Yankees this year and with NY starter Sonny Gray struggling, Bauer looks like the safer DFS bet today.