2021年9月29日 爱上海贵族宝贝论坛 上海419论坛花千网上海千花网手机论坛上海千花网油压论坛上海千花网论坛官网x上海新千花网论坛 David Price excited to get started with Red Sox Baseball David Price is relishing the chance to play at Fenway Park.Price's move to the Red Sox was confirmed on Friday, with the pitcher agreeing to a seven-year contract worth a reported $217 million. The deal has an opt-out clause after the 2018 season. MORE: The best bargain bin free agents | Snakes get Greinke"Boston is special to me, both good and bad, throughout my career," Price said at his presentation to the media Friday. "They have winning in their past. They've done it recently as well, and I really think we're going to do it in the future. That's what I want to be a part of." The 30-year-old left-hander arrives in Boston after splitting last season with the Tigers and Blue Jays. He helped pitch the Blue Jays to the American League Championship Series, where they lost to the Royals."If I come anywhere close to meeting the expectations that I set for myself, I'm pretty positive that everybody will be happy with that," Price said.Price is 6-1 with a 1.95 ERA and 0.95 WHIP in 11 career starts (74 innings) at Fenway Park. His arrival delighted Red Sox principal owner John Henry, who is relishing the chance to see Price in action on a regular basis."There are exceptions to any rule, and certainly, this is one of the most exceptional pitchers," he said at Price's presentation. "He's putting up historical numbers, or at least bordering on that, at this stage of his career."This is an exciting time, we're going to see one of the best pitchers in baseball here every five days."