Here’s a shot of David Price’s back, the same back that was turned to the plate when Elvis Andrus scored from second on a 3-1 groundout, and when Vladimir Guerrero scored from second on an attempted 3-6-1 double play.
Price pitched well: he had six strikeouts in six innings, and didn’t walk a single hitter. But when covering first base, he was like Chuck Knoblauch versus a team of Johnny Damons - only Knoblauch actually learned his lesson after giving up one run. If Tampa had any tabloids to rival the New York Post, we’d be looking at a slew of “THE PRICE IS WRONG” headlines tomorrow. But since it’s Tampa, we’ll probably see something more like, “Buccaneers Win!” or “We Actually Have a Baseball Team?!?”