David Price SP DET 5 days ago

Price struck out 12 over his 6.2 innings Thursday against Houston, but didn't receive a decision after allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits and a walk.

It's his first double-digit-strikeout start of the year, as Price's whiffs have been lagging a bit to start the season, but there's nothing quite like a 12-strikeout day to get your stats looking more normal. Other than the bit of a downtick in punchouts, Price has been nothing if not his typical self this year, with his numbers hanging right around their career norms.

David Price SP DET 1 week ago

Price allowed three solo home runs on Saturday over 6.2 innings, but no other damage while striking out nine in a no-decision.

He continues to be not quite as sharp as expected, but Price's 3.40 ERA and 1.25 WHIP aren't sinking anyone's fantasy staff. He's try to improve on his 7.1 K/9 rate in his next start on Thursday, at home to the Astros.

David Price SP DET 2 weeks ago

Price (hamstring) has been confirmed as Saturday's starter against the Cardinals.

The hamstring strain, which Price suffered after slipping on a bat while backing up home plate last Friday, won't even end up costing the lefty a full turn in the rotation. He was bumped back two days, but evidently Price showed no ill effects in his throwing sessions during the week as there's been nothing to suggest he'll be limited at all against St. Louis.

David Price SP DET 2 weeks ago

Price (hamstring) had a long-toss session Wednesday, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports.

All signs currently point to Price being ready to start Saturday against the Cardinals.

David Price SP DET 2 weeks ago

Price will make his next scheduled start Saturday against the Cardinals, MLB.com's Jason Beck reports.

Price suffered a mild hamstring strain in Friday's start against the Royals, and although it won't cost him a turn in the rotation, he will be bumped back two days. The good news is that he seems to have avoided anything serious, but he will see a bit of a tougher matchup against the Cardinals, as he was previously slated to face the Twins. Fantasy owners still shouldn't hesitate to deploy the four-time All-Star, however.

David Price SP DET 3 weeks ago

Price (hamstring) expects to make his next scheduled start, the Oakland Press reports.

The Tigers will wait until early next week to determine whether Price will start Thursday against Minnesota, but the lefty said he felt "fine" Saturday morning and an MRI showed just a mild right hamstring strain. Price, who suffered the injury after slipping on a bat Friday night, appears safe from the DL.

David Price SP DET 3 weeks ago

Price underwent an MRI on Saturday, which revealed a mild right hamstring strain, Jon Morosi of FOX Sports reports.

Despite the diagnosis, the Tigers are reportedly not planning on placing Price on the DL. The team will, however, wait until early next week to determine the date for Price's next start. The left-hander was injured in the seventh inning Friday after slipping on a bat while backing up home plate.

David Price SP DET 3 weeks ago

Price was diagnosed with a hamstring injury following his early exit from Friday's game, Matthew Mowery of The Oakland Press reports.

Price suffered the injury when he slipped on a bat and hyperextended his leg during Friday's contest. His status for his next start is uncertain, but the Tigers figure to provide an update after he is examined again Saturday.

David Price SP DET 3 weeks ago

Price left Friday's game against the Royals after slipping on a bat while backing up home plate, The Oakland Press reports.

After Price gave up a single to Alex Gordon, his third straight single allowed in the seventh inning, the lefty went behind the plate to back up the throw from center field. The home plate umpire had moved Gordon's bat to behind the plate to get it out of the way of the throw, and Price slipped on it. He bent over in pain after trying to test his ankle out with some warm-up throws and was promptly removed from the game.

David Price SP DET 3 weeks ago

Price pitched a complete game, five-hit win over the Royals on Saturday. He delivered three strikeouts and surrendered the only run in the 2-1 victory with two out in the ninth.

He took a perfect game into the fourth and looked every part the ace. And he was on cruise control until Lorenzo Cain pounded the ball over the left field wall with two out in the ninth. He only needed 90 pitches to complete the game and improves to 3-1 on the season.