Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher to Retire After Season

David Price has been a feel-good story in 2022, as he has had a solid bounce-back season with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Yet, this will be where his career ends. Bob Nightengale has reported that Price will be retiring after this season.

Price noted to him that "it's just time" and "everything on my body hurts." Naturally, with this being the case, it is understandable that Price is deciding to call it a career.

Price has nothing to regret about his career, though. The 2007 first-overall pick lived up to the hype, I'd say. In 398 career games, he has a 157-82 record, 2.58 ERA, and 2,076 strikeouts. With that, he has a plethora of accomplishments in the sport's most competitive league. Here's what they are: five-time All-Star, World Series champion (2018), AL Cy Young Award Winner (2012), AL Comeback Player of the Year (2018), AL wins leader (2012), two-time AL ERA leader (2012, 2015), MLB strikeout leader (2014).

Nevertheless, Price has had a very good career. Let's see if he can add one more World Series to his resume with the Dodgers this fall before officially hanging up the cleats. 

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