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Following a span in which his teams went 0-10 in his 10 career postseason starts, David Price pitched just well enough to keep the Red Sox in Sunday's ALCS Game 2 -- which they won -- and was given an ovation by the Fenway Park crowd.
Eduardo Perez and Tim Kurkjian discuss the difference Jackie Bradley Jr. made in Game 2 and why he's better than what his stats say.
While the upstart Milwaukee Brewers continue to make noise in a championship-caliber season, it is the old-guard Los Angeles Dodgers who have been forced into an identity change as the National League Championship Series shifts to the West Coast.
Boston's hitters came through in key moments, the bullpen dominated and David Price did just enough to help keep the ALCS interesting.
David Price explains postgame that it isn't about his getting a postseason win. It's about the Red Sox trying to win a World Series.
A.J. Hinch started up the bullpen early, but gained confidence in Garrit Cole as the game progressed.