• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Blue Jays' David Price: May pitch in relief

    Price will be available out of the bullpen for Monday's Game 4, Brendan Kennedy of the Toronto Star reports.Price struggled in his Game 1 start, allowing a pair of homers and five runs on seven innings, and was seen warming up in the bullpen for Sunday's Game 3. Should the Blue Jays win Monday, Price would be in line to pitch the deciding Game 5, though his availability for that start may come into question if he pitches Monday.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Blue Jays pitcher David Price to have Thursday's start skipped

    Blue Jays pitcher David Price will not start Thursday's game against the Orioles, Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com reports.Toronto has decided to push Price back to later in the week, not for injury reasons, but simply so its ace doesn't have such a long break between starts. With a win Wednesday, the Blue Jays clinched the AL East title a spot in the ALDS, which opens Oct. 8. Drew Hutchison will start in Price's place Thursday.

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    Blue Jays' David Price gets win despite subpar outing Saturday

    Blue Jays starter David Price escaped with his 18th win of the season Saturday, allowing five runs (four earned) on six hits and a walk over five innings while striking out six. The ball was carrying something fierce in the Rogers Centre on Saturday, but Price pitched just well enough to notch his ninth win in 11 starts since coming over to the Jays. His final start of the regular season comes Thursday, on the road in Baltimore.

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    Blue Jays SP David Price earns win Wednesday

    Blue Jays SP David Price (16-5) went seven strong innings in a win over Atlanta on Wednesday, striking out nine while allowing one run on six hits and three walks. Price has now made nine starts as a Blue Jay, and he's gone 7-1 in that span while posting the finest rate stats of his career. He's clearly loving life in Toronto, and his fantasy owners are too. Price gets a matchup with the Yankees on Monday, and it'll be the fourth time he's faced them since being dealt to the Jays. He's given up just five runs in 19 1/3 innings (2.33 ERA) against the Yanks in that span.

  • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

    Blue Jays SP David Price lasts just five innings but gets 15th win

    Blue Jays starter David Price did not have his most efficient outing on Friday, but was still able to walk away with his 15th win of the season. Price allowed two runs on six hits over five innings--his shortest outing in eight starts with the Jays. Price walked one and struck out seven, as the Blue Jays went on to the 11-5 victory over the Yankees. Price (15-5, 2.46 ERA) was backed by plenty of run support, making his early exit rather insignifcant. He is 6-1 with a 2.28 ERA since coming over to the Blue Jays at the July 31 trade deadline.

  • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

    Blue Jays move rotation up one day following Thursday's rainout

    Blue Jays manager John Gibbons has realigned his rotation, after Thursday's game against the Yankees was postponed due to rain. David Price, who was set to go on Thursday, will instead start on Friday. Marco Estrada will be pushed up to the first game of Saturday's doubleheader, with Marcus Stroman coming off of the disabled list to start the nightcap.

  • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

    Blue Jays SP reaches career milestone in victory Saturday

    Not only did Blue Jays starter David Price continue his winning ways since being dealt to Toronto with another victory Saturday, he reached the 100-win milestone for his stellar career in shutting down the Orioles. Price (14-5) threw seven strong innings, allowing just one run and three hits to improve to 5-1 since joining the Blue Jays on July 30. It was the third time in seven starts with Toronto that he has allowed just three hits. He is 100-56 overall in his career. "That's awesome," Price said of hitting the century mark. "It took parts of seven seasons to get here. There's been a lot of good games and I'm pumped with every one I get."

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Blue Jays flip weekend starts of Mark Buehrle, David Price

    The Blue Jays have announced that they have flip-flopped starters Mark Buehrle and David Price in the rotation. Buehrle will now pitch Sunday against Baltimore with Price moved up to Saturday. The decision was made to give Buehrle more rest, according to MLB.com. Buehrle conceded in August that he doesn't generally feel to be in peak condition this time of the season and that 2015 is no exception.

  • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

    David Price gets first loss with Blue Jays despite fine effort Monday

    Blue Jays starter David Price was strong in his outing against the Indians, but was out-dueled by Danny Salazar in a 4-2 loss Monday night. Price allowed three runs on six hits over seven solid innings. He walked one and struck out nine, in what was ultimately a very fine outing for the veteran left-hander. Price (13-5, 2.47 ERA) gave up a run in the first inning, and then settled in while his mates got him a 2-1 lead. But he allowed two more runs in the top of the seventh inning, which was enough to earn him the loss. Price has been everything the Jays could have asked for, and more, since acquiring him at the trade deadline. He has allowed three runs or less in all six of his starts with Toronto, and has pitched fewer than seven innings just once.

  • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

    Blue Jays SP David Price continues to excel

    Blue Jays starter David Price gave up a first-inning home run but then settled in to pick up his fourth win since being traded to Toronto. On his 30th birthday, Price improved to 13-4 on the season. He allowed five hits in six innings while striking out eight batters. The six-inning stint was the shortest of Price's five starts with the Blue Jays, and his 95-pitch night was the first time in nine starts that he's thrown fewer than 100 pitches.