David Price deals solid Tigers debut
Newly added to Detroit's rotation, the former Rays ace showed the same good stuff
NEW YORK -- A few hours before David Price's first pitch as a Detroit Tiger, Derek Jeter walked to Yankee Stadium's home batting cage for some extra BP. The 40-year-old Jeter has seen a lot in his career, so as he spoke with a familiar face he bottom-lined what the Tigers had acquired.
"He is like an old-fashioned power pitcher," Jeter said. "He throws 98 and he doesn't walk you."
On Tuesday night, Price wore a different uniform, but he was the same starter -- a scary mixture ...
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