Is he in line to win the award this year?
"I just think that this year is a little different with David," manager Joe Maddon said. "I think he's actually pitched better this year than then. Looking at all the different candidates and the consistent body of work that he's [put] out there. ... I definitely believe he's the front runner."
Price's numbers are certainly worthy. His 2.28 ERA is the best in the Majors, ahead of Cincinnati's Johnny Cueto (2.44) and Detroit's Justin Verlander (2.50).
He also has 16 wins, which puts him in a four-way tie