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David Price allowed one run on four hits over seven innings in the Rays' 2-1 win over the Yankees on Tuesday.

Price failed to register double-digit strikeouts for a sixth consecutive game -- he only recorded a pedestrian nine strikeouts on Tuesday. The southpaw keeps increasing his value, both to the Rays and to their prospective trade partners, as he's now produced quality starts in each of his last seven outings. Overall, Price has a 3.50 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 153/17 K/BB ratio in 131 innings. Assuming he's still wearing a Rays jersey on Sunday, Price will square off with the Tigers in Detroit.

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David Price impressed scouts Wednesday, striking out 11 batters while tossing 8 1/3 innings of one-run ball in a 5-1 win over the Pirates.

Price became the first pitcher since Johan Santana in 2004 to record five straight 10-strikeout games. The left-hander walked just one and allowed only five hits, having his shutout broken up with one out in the ninth inning when Andrew McCutchen took him deep with an opposite-field shot. Price lowered his ERA to 3.63 and now boasts a sparkling 144/14 K/BB ratio over 124 innings this season. Assuming he's still a Ray next week, he'll face the Yankees in the Bronx next.

David Price SP TB 27 Days

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Angels are interested in David Price.

However, as Rosenthal notes, it seems unlikely that the Halos have the necessary pieces in their barren farm system to get something done. The Angels placed just one player (Taylor Lindsey at No. 93) in Baseball America's preseason top-100 prospects list. Rosenthal says that the Angels are also interested in Jason Hammel, who would be a more realistic option.

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Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports that the Marlins were among the teams scouting David Price on Friday.

Topkin also lists the Cardinals, Dodgers and Giants as clubs that have scouted Price, with the Braves, Angels, A's and Indians being teams that could make sense as a landing spot for the lefty. He also hears from "many around baseball" that the Dodgers could be the favorites to trade for Price. The southpaw will almost surely be dealt before the traded deadline.

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David Price took the loss Friday against the Astros despite allowing two runs over eight innings and striking out 12 batters.

Price gave up six hits and three walks in the loss. The only damage was a massive two-run homer from rookie George Springer in the second inning. Amazingly, Price has struck out 10 batters or more in four straight games, but he has lost three of them. A little bit of offense would be nice. Perhaps a trade will put him in a better situation.

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David Price struck out 10 over eight innings, giving up three runs in a win over the Astros on Sunday.

Price spotted the Astros a two-run lead after two home runs in the first inning, but he held them to just three hits and one run over the next seven frames. The outing was Price's third straight start in which he's reached double-digit strikeouts, giving him a 121/10 K/BB ratio in 107 2/3 innings. The Astros have the unlucky task of facing Price again when the two clubs meet again on Friday.

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David Price allowed three earned runs over eight innings in a loss to the Mariners on Monday afternoon.

Price struck out 10 batters and issued only one walk, but the Mariners were able to scrape together three runs in the top of the third inning and Tampa Bay's offense provided zero support. Price is now 4-6 with a 3.97 ERA, 1.15 WHIP, and 111/10 K/BB ratio in 99 2/3 innings this season. The Rays have lost 13 of their last 14 games.

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David Price gave up five runs -- one earned -- in 7 1/3 innings and struck out 11 in a loss to the Marlins on Wednesday.

It was another glorious K/BB ratio (he walked none) with mediocre results for Price. He did allow just the one earned run tonight, so his ERA dipped to 4.03. Still, his inability to bail out Evan Longoria following the third baseman's error in the third cost the Rays the game. He went on to give up a three-run homer to Donovan Solano, who had no homers this year and just five in 682 at-bats as a major leaguer. Price is now 4-5, even with his incredible 101/9 K/BB ratio in 91 2/3 innings.

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David Price yielded two runs over seven innings Friday in a no-decision against the Red Sox.

Price hit Mike Carp and David Ortiz during the outing, which irked the Red Sox in a big way and led to Brandon Workman, John Farrell, Torey Lovullo, and Brian Butterfield being ejected over the course of the evening. The southpaw had the lead until he gave up a game-tying double to Xander Bogaerts in the bottom of the seventh inning. Price struck out six and walked one in the no-decision and now holds a 4.27 ERA and 90/9 K/BB ratio in 84 1/3 innings through 12 starts. He'll get the Marlins next Wednesday.

David Price SP TB 2 Months

David Price allowed five runs over eight innings in a no-decision Saturday against the Red Sox.

The Rays wound up winning in the bottom of the 15th. Price had a dreadful first inning, yielding all five runs in that opening frame. He settled in after that and the Tampa Bay bullpen was marvelous in extras. Price will carry a 4.42 ERA and 1.18 WHIP into his next scheduled outing against this same Red Sox team in Boston.