Dodgers News: David Price Hints At Retirement After This Season
If David Price decided to drop everything today and call it a career, he would have plenty to look back on and be proud of. He wasn’t officially a member of the Dodgers 2020 World Series Championship team, but they had all of his support. He has a 2018 title under his belt along with a Cy Young Award and 5 All-Star nods, and 2 ERA titles.
Playing 14 seasons of big-league baseball is incredible, especially for a starting pitcher. But Price has racked up over 2000 strikeouts and close to $250 million in career earnings. So if he wants to leave the Dodgers and retire at the end of the year, what a wonderful career.
Price seemed to hint at that possibility this week. When asked by reporters if he planned to retire at the end of the 2022 season David seemed to go back and forth after telling them he was retiring. No doubt something the Dodgers will monitor even though he is not signed beyond this year. (Via the OC Register)