“Four more years! Four more years!” That chant won’t be heard in a traditionally liberal city like Boston when Donald Trump’s bid for reelection begins following the midterm elections. But to some Bostonians, four more years of Trump might be preferred to four more years of something else.
Concluding this postseason, the Boston Red Sox will be positioned based upon the actions of one pitcher. A fan favorite-to-hate since signing with the team, it looks likely that David Price will exercise his option to remain with the the 2018 American League champions for another four seasons following the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Here are 5 reasons why David Price exercising his option might not be as bad as you’d think:
Pure hatred for Price has brought an entire city, maybe even region together. If he performs well against the Dodgers in this World Series he will bring Boston together for a totally different reason. There’s only one thing we love in this region more than our disgusting accents, and that’s winning championships. There’s no feeling like being able to rub championships in Yankees’ fans faces, and if David Price can somehow help in that happening he will be immortalized in Boston sporting lore eternally. Even if he doesn’t, David Price might not be so bad.
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