ESPN Fantasy Projection: Citing health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Price opted out of the 2020 season and instead spent the year cheering for his new teammates as the Dodgers captured their first World Series Championship since 1988. Acquired along with Mookie Betts prior to the season, Price's final year with the Red Sox appeared to be his poorest since his first full campaign, but the underlying metrics indicate he was just as good, and perhaps better, than previous seasons. Price was sabotaged by a high .336 BABIP and low 70.7% left on base mark. The southpaw threw just 107.1 innings as he was bothered the last two months with a cyst in his left wrist, requiring surgery to remove. It's unclear how sharp Price will be after a long layoff. Expect the Dodgers to ease him back, monitoring workload so he's prepared for what the club hopes is another long playoff run.