Kevin Gregg

Jeff Jacobs: David Price Must Find Peace In Boston

Jeff Jacobs: David Price Must Find Peace In Boston

He is a sensitive man in an insensitive sports town, especially when it comes to the Red Sox. Especially during the long summer months up and down the New England coast where salty radio sports talk wafts endlessly through the air.

Let’s be clear. David Price can talk to the media A. only on days after he pitches; B. every day of the week; or C. stand at his locker and whistle “Dirty Water” by The Standells.

The choice is his.

On Wednesday night, the Red Sox lefthander made it clear that he had chosen what’s behind Curtain A. He also made it clear during an expletive-laced, postgame clubhouse performance he is not comfortable in the skin of an ace pitcher in an oft...

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