After it looked like David Price may never win a postseason game, the Red Sox left-hander seems to have figured things out. He’s now won two postseason games in a row, none bigger than Game 2 of the World Series.
Following Wednesday night’s win Price spoke with Ken Rosenthal and said he made an adjustment that has paid off.
David Price is rewriting his legacy in the Postseason.
— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) October 25, 2018
It certainly looks like the adjustment paid off. Price went six inning only allowing two earned runs while striking out 5. He handed a two run lead over to the bullpen with just three innings left in the game.
Since Price didn’t provide much detail around the “adjustment” we’re going to assume it’s less Fortnite.