John Henry ‘Can’t Imagine’ Red Sox Winning World Series Without David Price

What a year it’s been for David Price.
After getting booed off the mound during Game 2 of the Boston Red Sox’s American League Division Series against the New York Yankees, he turned it around and became an important piece for the team.
So important, in fact, that he was a big reason why the Red Sox clinched the World Series in Game 5 against the Los Angeles Dodgers when he pitched seven-plus innings of one-run ball with five strikeouts.

Al Horford Injury: When Will the Celtics Center Return to Play?
Friday December 14, 2018

Thirty-two-year-old Al Horford, center for the Boston Celtics, has missed the team’s last three games with a persistent knee injury. It’s unclear exactly how long he’ll be out, and the Celtics team is performing fine without him for now–they’re lucky to have depth at the center position with Aron Baynes and Daniel Theis in the […]

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Bruins Wrap: Boston’s Comeback Falls Short In 5-3 Loss To Penguins
Saturday December 15, 2018

The Boston Bruins didn’t come out on top Friday, but it certainly wasn’t due to a lack of guts. After facing two separate two-goal deficits to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Bruins rallied to tie the score just over the midway point of the third period. Boston’s win streak would be halted at four, however, as […]

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Even though his teammate Steve Pearce took home World Series MVP honors, team owner John Henry thought the southpaw was just as deserving.
“In my mind he was the co-MVP of the World Series,” Henry said, via MassLive’s Christopher Smith. “I can’t imagine we end up winning this thing without David Price this year. He was willing to pitch every day, sacrifice himself. Being in the bullpen every day.”
After Price’s rough start against the Yankees, he posted a 3-0 record with a 2.59 ERA in five outings (four starts) in the AL Championship Series against the Houston Astros and World Series.