Red Sox’s Price admits to mistakes last year

3:48 PM ET

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Above all else, David Price needs to stay healthy and pitch well this season. But his image could use a good cleansing, too.

And so, as he began his third spring training with the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday, Price volunteered to meet the media at the green picnic table outside the clubhouse — the same spot where pitchers Josh Beckett and Jon Lester broke the ice about the infamous beer-and-chicken fiasco of 2011 — and spent 18 minutes saying he behaved badly last season and insisting he isn’t counting the days until he can opt out of his contract next winter.

“I could’ve handled it better last year, absolutely. But I didn’t, and I’ve moved on,” Price said. “I feel like I’ve always been one to lead with my actions, and I didn’t do that very well last year. I know that and understand that, and I look forward to getting back and being that faucet and not being a drain.”

“I could’ve handled it better last year, absolutely.

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