Perry said that the Rays’ recent surge might be enough to convince Tampa Bay to hang on to David Price, which in turn helps the Red Sox grow the market for Jon Lester.
“Now that it’s looking like David Price might be off the market — of course, anything can happen between now and Thursday — in some sense I think this is smart for the Red Sox to gauge the market like this. Because you take a star name off the market and that will create demand for a star name like Lester "
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