• Maddon: Rays must be ready for Price trade

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 9, 2013
    Speaking with a large group of reporters on the first day of the winter meetings, Maddon said it's "probably less likely" that the Rays would wait to trade Price during next season, "but nevertheless it could happen. When asked at the winter meetings Monday what the Rays starting rotation might look like if the team trades left-hander David Price as many expect them to Maddon did not reply with the attitude of a panicked man. In his prime at 28 and under club control for two more seasons, Price stands tall among the elite, a "rare person and a rare pitcher" in the view of Maddon. It's important to note that the RV to which Maddon referred had several TVs, including satellite programming. Price has been even better than Shields, so a haul would include talent on the scale of Wil Myers. Better, probably. He's been living in a van down by the river! Just like Matt Foley, the best character Chris Farley ever played on "Saturday Night Live."
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Price's value evident in long list of suitors

      David Price's trade worth might never get any higher, and Joe Maddon and the Rays know it. In his prime at 28 and under club control for two more seasons, Price stands tall among the elite. The bidders are jockeying for position, poised to take their be…
      Source: MLB.com
  • Joe Maddon on possibly trading David Price: ‘Honestly, listen, I’ve been in an RV for a month’

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Baseball might be his life, but it is not life and death to Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon. When asked at the winter meetings Monday what the Rays starting rotation might look like if the team trades left-hander David Price —…
    Source: yahoo.com

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