"It's kind of where I put myself on the map last year, it was against these guys," Price told MLB.com. "It was fun, it was awesome. I wouldn't change anything that happened for the world."
Price (4-4) is coming off one of his strongest performances of the season, allowing only one run on five hits in seven innings to earn the victory against Kansas City last Friday. In 2009, he's been dominant at Tropicana Field, the site of tonight's game, with a 4-1 record and 2.67 ERA (compared with 0-3 and an 8.20 ERA on the road).
Read more about tonight's matchup here.