David Price is switching things up in 2019.
The Boston Red Sox starting pitcher, who helped lead his team to a World Series championship against the Los Angeles Dodgers in October, is saying goodbye to No. 24, which he sported for his first three seasons in Boston.
There also were some other number changes throughout the roster, according to The Boston Globe’s Pete Abraham.
Price wore No. 14 in his first eight Major League Baseball seasons, but the left-hander had to change numbers once he signed with Boston due it being retired in honor of Jim Rice.
The southpaw went 2-0 in the World Series with a 1.98 ERA. Price gave up seven hits, three earned runs and struck out 10 during that stretch.
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