Yesterday I was bantering back and forth on Twitter and joked that if Mark Shapiro and Dave Dombrowski switched places (which would be absolutely fucking hilarious) that the two could link up for a Derek Fisher for David Price deal. Hahaaaa! Good one, buddy!
But since making the joke, I haven’t stopped thinking about it.
I’ve been living in Ireland for a month-and-a-half now and the Guinness gets poured like water here, so maybe I’m very rapidly losing my mind. I don’t know what the issue is, but here I am, sitting here, having an absolutely normal one, talking myself into how a David Price reunion with the Toronto Blue Jays makes sense.
Anyways, since it’s the Dead Zone for content in between the end of The Regular Season and the start of Transaction Season, we might as well talk about it.
David Price had a very successful run in Toronto after being acquired by the Blue Jays in 2015. He played a key role in Toronto’s incredible finish and their subsequent playoff berth, going 9-1 in 11 starts while posting a sparking 2.30 ERA. I remember Jose Bautista talking about how adding Price calmed everybody in …
Author: Cam Lewis / Blue Jays Nation