Originally Posted by Raisor
When Price was pitching coach for Lou in Seattle, he was a very strong influence in the dugout. He'd stand up to Lou when Price thought that Lou wasn't handling the pitching correctly.
That's what I remember about him anyway.
If he stood up to Lou I wonder what he'll do when Dusty wants him to get Homer Bailey up in the 13th after letting his long relief guy go just 1 inning.
Seriously though, it sounds like Walt and Co. did a nice job on this one.I wonder if he will be considered as a candidate for Manager if Dusty doesn't make it through the season.