Several sources on Thursday reported that Red Sox pitcher David Price will wear a No. 10 jersey this season, ditching the No. 24 he wore for his first three seasons in Boston.
There's no specific reason why Price will be wearing a different number in 2019—we can only speculate. Could it be to symbolize his 10 strikeouts in two World Series starts this past fall? Or to honor Barstool Sports' Section 10 Podcast?
Whatever the reason is, it shouldn't stop Price from going out there this year and getting it done once again. He's finally a World Champ—he finally got the postseason monkey off his back. Why not get a new number?
New year, new man, new number. 10 is a solid number. I like it!
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